Cryptography Engine Design for IEEE 1609.2 WAVE Secure Vehicle Communication using FPGA

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Cryptography Engine Design for IEEE 1609.2 WAVE Secure Vehicle Communication using FPGA
Jeong, Chanbok
Kim, Youngmin
Vehicle Communication; Security; FPGA; AES-CCM; SHA-256; Hash-DRBG; ECDSA
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Graduate school of UNIST
In this paper, we implement the IEEE 1609.2 secure vehicle communication (VC) standard using FPGA by fast and efficient ways. Nowadays, smart vehicle get nearer to our everyday life. Therefore, design of safety smart vehicle is critical issue in this field. For this reason, secure VC is must implemented into the smart vehicle to support safety service. However, secure process in VC has significant overhead to communication between objectives. Because of this overhead, if circumjacent vehicles are increased, communication overhead of VC is exponentially increased along the number of adjacent vehicles. To remove this kind of overhead, we design fast and efficient IEEE 1609.2 cryptography engine using FPGA. This engine consists of AES-CCM encryption, SHA-256 hash function, Hash_DRBG random bit generator, and ECDSA digital signature algorithm and each algorithm is analyzed carefully and optimized with specific technics. For the AES-CCM, we optimized AES encryption engine. First, we use 32-bit S-box structure to remove 8-bit operation of AES. Second, we employ the key save register file architecture to reduce frequently key expansion operation when input of key value is always same for AES encryption engine. Third, to protect external attacks, we use internal register files to save processed data. Finally, we design parallel architecture for both CBC-MAC and counter in AES-CCM algorithm. SHA-256 hash function is frequently used in ECDSA algorithm that is significant reason of optimization. So, we use parallel architecture for the preprocessing block and the hash computation block. And, we design latest schedule block to reduce usage of register and combinational logics. In ECDSA, Hash-DRBG is used to generate key value and signature for vehicle message. To make Hash-DRBG, we use our SHA-256 design much fast generation of random value. ECDSA is most critical and complex module in our cryptography engine. For this module, we use affine representation of elliptic curve in ECDSA. So, we can replace the prime arithmetic operation by right shift operation and bit operation. And, we implement scalar multiplier to optimize arithmetic operation of ECDSA. This kind of replacement is hardware kindly, so we can reduce complexity of ECDSA hardware design. To implement all of algorithm in IEEE 1609.2 standard, we use Xilinx Virtex-5 FPGA chip with ISE 14.6 synthesis tool and Verilog-HDL.
Department Of Electrical Engineering
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