Cryptography: Policy and Algorithms : International Conference Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, July 3-5, 1995 Proceedings / edited by Ed Dawson, Jovan Golić. - Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1996. - 1 online resource (xii, 336 pages) - Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1029 0302-9743 ; Serienbezeichnung . - Lecture notes in computer science ; 1029. .

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Open forum -- Cryptography: Personal freedom and law enforcement is it possible to get agreement? -- Privacy and security policy choices in an NII environment -- Commercial Key Escrow: An Australian perspective -- Encryption and the Global Information Infrastructure: An Australian perspective -- Crypto in Europe -- markets, law and policy -- Saving dollars makes sense of crypto export controls -- A proposed architecture for trusted third party services -- A new key escrow cryptosystem -- How to fairly reconstruct a shared secret -- A note on nonuniform decimation of periodic sequences -- Randomness measures related to subset occurrence -- Low order approximation of cipher functions -- Multiple encryption with minimum key -- A one-key cryptosystem based on a finite nonlinear automaton -- A cryptanalysis of clock-controlled shift registers with multiple steps -- Discrete optimisation and fast correlation attacks -- Keyed hash functions -- Some active attacks on fast server-aided secret computation protocols for modular exponentiation -- Cryptanalysis of the enhanced ElGamal's signature scheme -- Access with pseudonyms -- A new identification algorithm -- Public-key cryptography on smart cards -- Integrating smart cards into authentication systems -- Smart-card with interferometric quantum cryptography device -- Cryptographic APIs -- Foiling active network impersonation attacks made in collusion with an insider -- The CASS shell.

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the International Conference 'Cryptography: Policy and Algorithms', held in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia in July 1995. Over the past few years, issues relating to cryptography policy have made headline news, particularly those concerned with the rights to privacy of the individual, who may choose to use cryptographic systems to maintain confidentiality, against the needs of legal authorities to conduct wiretapping to help combat crime. The 27 revised full contributions in this volume are devoted to both crypto policy matters and the related theory and applications of cryptographic algorithms. The volume is of relevance to cryptology researchers and professionals in industry and administration.


English.

9783540493631 3540493638

10.1007/BFb0032342 doi


Computer science.
Computer communication networks.
Data encryption (Computer science)
Coding theory.
Combinatorial analysis.
Telecommunication.
Coding theory.
Combinatorial analysis.
Computer science.
Data encryption (Computer science)
Telecommunication.
Computer Science.
Engineering & Applied Sciences.


Electronic books.

QA76.9.A25 / C844 1996

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