Topics in Cryptology – CT-RSA 2006: The Cryptographers’ by Dag Arne Osvik, Adi Shamir, Eran Tromer (auth.), David

By Dag Arne Osvik, Adi Shamir, Eran Tromer (auth.), David Pointcheval (eds.)

The RSA R convention, with over 15,000attendees, in addition to over 225 sponsors and exhibitors, is the biggest machine safety occasion of the 12 months. The Cr- tographers’ tune is likely one of the many parallel tracks. those complaints include the papers awarded in the course of the 6th version. The culture certainly begun in 2001, and is by means of now good demonstrated: the Cryptographers’ song on the RSA convention is one of the significant occasions in cryptography. there have been seventy two submitted contributions, of which 22 have been chosen for p- sentation. They conceal all elements of cryptography (symmetric and uneven cryptography, buildings and assaults, new trends). additionally, this system contains invited talks, via Xiaoyun Wang on “Cryptanalysis of Hash fu- tions and strength Dangers,” and Philip MacKenzie on “Passwords won't Die: How Cryptography may help care for Them. ” the entire submissions have been reviewed by way of no less than 3 contributors of this system Committee. Iamverygratefultothe24membersfortheirhardandconscientious work.

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A compiler C is an algorithm that takes for input descriptions of protocols and outputs descriptions of protocols. An authenticator C is a compiler that for any protocol π, the protocol C(π) emulates π in unauthenticated networks. In [3], a general technique for designing an authenticator C is proposed: First, a message transmission protocol (MT) designed to work in AM is given. Upon activation within a party Pi on external request (Pj , s, m), Pi sends the message (Pi , Pj , s, m) to party Pj , and outputs “Pi sent m to Pj in session s”.

One of them is based on public key encryption operation. In short, we call it the BCK encryption-based MT-authenticator and denote it as λEN C . A → B : s, m A ← B : s, m, EN CeA (NB ) A → B : s, m, M ACNB (s, m, B) EN CeA denotes the encryption algorithm of the public key encryption scheme under the public key of A and M ACNB denotes the message authentication Session Corruption Attack and Improvements 39 under an authentication key NB . It is assumed that M AC is secure against chosen message attack.

Alex Biryukov, David Wagner, Slide Attacks, proceedings of Fast Software Encryption 6, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1636, pp. 245–259, Springer-Verlag, 1999. 8. Raphael Chung-Wei Phan, Impossible Differential Cryptanalysis of 7-round Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), Information Processing Letters, Vol. 91, Number 1, pp. 33-38, Elsevier, 2004. 9. Joan Daemen, Vincent Rijmen The design of Rijndael: AES — the Advanced Encryption Standard, Springer-Verlag, 2002. 10. Niels Ferguson, John Kelsey, Stefan Lucks, Bruce Schneier, Mike Stay, David Wagner, Doug Whiting, Improved Cryptanalysis of Rijndael, proceedings of Fast Software Encryption 8, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1978, pp.

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