By Hyeokchan Kwon, Yong-Hyuk Moon, Jaehoon Nah, Dongil Seo (auth.), Heung Youl Youm, Moti Yung (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the completely refereed post-conference complaints of the tenth overseas Workshop on details protection purposes, WISA 2009, held in Busan, Korea, in the course of August 25-27, 2009.
The 27 revised complete papers provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a complete of seventy nine submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on mutlimedia safety, machine protection, HW implementation safeguard, utilized cryptography, facet channel assaults, cryptograptanalysis, anonymity/authentication/access controll, and community security.
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Martin use of low-cost tags: they have a low gate complexity (≈ 4000 GE) and tamperresistance is limited. The latter assumption implies that a unique secret per tag is needed to prevent a large-scale attack where an adversary recovers the secret of all the tags by breaking only one of them. 2 Threat Models We examine two threat models in which an adversary can have diﬀerent power levels. They mainly diﬀer on the assumption made on the vulnerability of the readers. These two scenarios are described as follows.
Pract. Exper. 32(4), 319–340 (2002) 21. : Diﬀerential Power Analysis. In: Wiener, M. ) CRYPTO 1999. LNCS, vol. 1666, pp. 388–397. be Abstract. g. ticketing systems for sport events, commonly rely on readers that are not continuously connected to the back-end system. The readers must so be able to perform their tasks even in oﬄine mode, what commonly requires the management by the readers of sensitive data. We stress in this paper the problem of compromised readers and its impact in practice. We provide a thorough review of the existing authentication protocols faced to this constraint, and extend our analysis with the privacy property.
These two servers are essential to support the UCOM from SPs perspective. e. e. Account ID, login/password) that they can use to access and authenticate to the AMS. e. installation, deletion). N. Akram, K. Markantonakis, and K. Mayes Fig. 2. Illustration of Application Management Framework onto a smart card, and managing a user’s proﬁle. The user’s proﬁle keeps record of the registered smart cards and card(s) that hold the active lease. Depending upon an SP’s ALP, a user can have the application installed onto multiple cards; therefore, the AMS keeps track of all cards of a particular user that hold/held the lease.