Publication Type:

Conference Proceedings

Source:

CEUR Workshop Proceedings, CEUR-WS, Volume 1819 (2017)

URL:

https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85017442976&partnerID=40&md5=fd9fae2e99f34c2b262e3c75efc330ce

Keywords:

Adaptive systems, Code obfuscation, Codes (symbols), Communication technologies, Data mining, Diverse domains, Economic and social effects, Embedded device, Energy security, Energy utilization, Industrial automation, Lightweight securities, Security performance, Software engineering, Tampering attacks

Abstract:

Advancements in computing and communication technologies have given rise to low-cost embedded devices with applications in diverse domains such as Smarthome, industrial automation, healthcare, transportation etc. These devices are power-constrained which emphasizes the need for lightweight security solutions. Code obfuscation has been demonstrated to provide time-limited protection of source code from inference or tampering attacks. However, size of the obfuscated code increases with increase in code size which can have a negative impact on energy consumption. In particular, different transformations of the source code result in varying amounts of energy consumption for embedded devices. In this work, we model the impact of algorithms for code obfuscation on energy usage for embedded devices and analyze the energy-security-performance trade-offs. The insights from our analysis can be used to develop techniques depending on the needs of the applications thus facilitating efficient energy usage. Copyright ©2017 for the individual papers by the papers' authors.

Notes:

cited By 0; Conference of Joint 3rd Modelling Symposium, ModSym 2017, Developmental Aspects of Intelligent Adaptive Systems, DIAS 2017, and Educational Data Mining Practices in Indian Academia, EDUDM 2017 ; Conference Date: 5 February 2017; Conference Code:126941

Cite this Research Publication

A. Raj, Jithish, J., and Sankaran, S., “Modelling The Impact Of Code Obfuscation On Energy Usage”, CEUR Workshop Proceedings, vol. 1819. CEUR-WS, 2017.

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