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Memristive fingerprints prove key destruction

The physical fingerprinting of a memristor crossbar array can be used to prove whether a digital key stored in the array is securely destroyed.

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Correspondence to Wenjie Xiong or Jakub Szefer.

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Fig. 1: Provable key destruction using memristor crossbar array fingerprints.