About Me

I am a cryptography engineer at CryptoExperts in Paris since 2017. I mainly work on white-box cryptography and privacy-preserving cryptography.

Before that, I was a senior software engineer at Baidu in Beijing from 2015 to 2017.

I am a member of CHES 2021 artifact review committee.

I co-organized the 2nd edition, and is co-organizing the 3rd edition of the WhibOx contest, which are the CTF events of CHES 2019 and CHES 2021.

Education

I obtained my Ph.D. degree in cryptography in 2020 from the University of Luxembourg, and from the University Paris 8 under the supervision of Jean-Sébastien CORONSihem MESNAGERPascal PAILLIER, and Matthieu RIVAIN. The defense of my thesis entitled On the practical security of white-box cryptography, took place in June 24, 2020. Please find more information in jwa.ng/thesis.

Before that, I received my master degrees in computer science from the University of Luxembourg and Shandong University in 2015.

Before that, I received my bachelor degree in software engineering from Shandong University in 2012.

Publications

  1. L.Goubin, M.Rivain, J.Wang: Defeating State-of-the-Art White-Box Countermeasures with Advanced Gray-Box Attacks. IACR Trans. Cryptogr. Hardw. Embed. Syst. 2020(3): 454-482 (2020)
  2. L.Goubin, P.Paillier, M.Rivain, J.Wang: How to reveal the secrets of an obscure white-box implementation. J. Cryptogr. Eng. 10(1): 49-66 (2020)
  3. M.Rivain, J.Wang: Analysis and Improvement of Differential Computation Attacks against Internally-Encoded White-Box Implementations. IACR Trans. Cryptogr. Hardw. Embed. Syst. 2019(2): 225-255 (2019)
  4. A.Bogdanov, M.Rivain, P.S.Vejre, J.Wang: Higher-Order DCA against Standard Side-Channel Countermeasures. COSADE 2019: 118-141
  5. J.Wang, P.K.Vadnala, J.Großschädl, Q.Xu: Higher-Order Masking in Practice: A Vector Implementation of Masked AES for ARM NEON. CT-RSA 2015: 181-198

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