Ioana Boureanu, Philippe Owesarski, Serge Vaudenay's Applied Cryptography and Network Security: 12th PDF

By Ioana Boureanu, Philippe Owesarski, Serge Vaudenay

ISBN-10: 3319075357

ISBN-13: 9783319075358

ISBN-10: 3319075365

ISBN-13: 9783319075365

This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the twelfth foreign convention on utilized Cryptography and community protection, ACNS 2014, held in Lausanne, Switzerland, in June 2014. The 33 revised complete papers incorporated during this quantity have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 147 submissions. they're equipped in topical sections on key trade; primitive building; assaults (public-key cryptography); hashing; cryptanalysis and assaults (symmetric cryptography); community protection; signatures; method defense; and safe computation.

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D. Myasnikov, and A. Ushakov and H with respect to ρ is the set of pairs {(g, h) | g ∈ G, h ∈ H} equipped with the binary operation given by (g, h) · (g , h ) = (g ρ(h ) g , h ◦ h ). for g ∈ G and h ∈ H. It is denoted by G ρ H. Here g ρ(h ) denotes the image of g under the automorphism ρ(h ), and h ◦ h denotes a composition of automorphisms with h acting first.

404–421. Springer, Heidelberg (2005) 33. : Definitions and Properties of Zero-Knowledge Proof Systems. J. Cryptology 7(1), 1–32 (1994) A Linear Algebra Attack to Group-Ring-Based Key Exchange Protocols M. D. Myasnikov1, and A. de Abstract. In this paper we analyze the Habeeb-Kahrobaei-KoupparisShpilrain (HKKS) key exchange protocol which uses semidirect products of groups as a platform. We show that the particular instance of the protocol suggested in their paper can be broken via a simple linear algebra attack.

5] by adopting the common reference string (CRS) model. , a public-key of a trapdoor function) is honestly created before the beginning of all interactions, and later available to all parties; thus, it is a setup assumption by a trusted third party. Though the CRS model may be practical in some situations where a trusted setup is guaranteed exactly, but it must be very restrictive in general; if an untrustworthy or a corrupted party chooses the reference string, he may be able to learn all parties’ passwords by just eavesdropping on the communications.

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