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Selected areas in cryptography : 11th international workshop, SAC 2004, Waterloo, Canada, August 9-10, 2004 : revised selected papers / Helena Handschuh, M. Anwar Hasan (eds.).

By: (11th : SAC (Conference) (11th : 2004 : Waterloo, Ont.)Contributor(s): Handschuh, Helena | Hasan, M. AnwarMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Serienbezeichnung | Lecture notes in computer science ; 3357.Publication details: Berlin : Springer, ©2005. Description: 1 online resource (xi, 353 pages) : figure, tableContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540305644; 3540305645; 3540243275; 9783540243274Other title: SAC 2004Subject(s): Computer security -- Congresses | Data encryption (Computer science) -- Congresses | Cryptography -- Congresses | Sécurité informatique -- Congrès | Chiffrement (Informatique) -- Congrès | Cryptographie -- Congrès | COMPUTERS -- Security -- Cryptography | Informatique | Computer security | Cryptography | Data encryption (Computer science) | Cryptographie (Informatique) | Cryptage | computerwetenschappen | computer sciences | Information and Communication Technology (General) | Informatie- en communicatietechnologie (algemeen)Genre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Selected areas in cryptography.DDC classification: 005.8/2 LOC classification: QA76.9.A25 | S22 2004Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
An improved correlation attack on A5/1 / Alexander Maximov, Thomas Johansson and Steve Babbage -- Extending the resynchronization attack / Frederik Armknecht, Joseph Lano and Bart Preneel -- A new simple technique to attack filter generators and related ciphers / Hakan Englund and Thomas Johansson -- On XTR and side-channel analysis / Daniel Page and Martijn Stam -- Provably secure masking of AES / Johannes Blomer, Jorge Guajardo and Volker Krummel -- Perfect diffusion primitives for block ciphers -- building efficient MDS matrices / Pascal Junod and Serge Vaudenay -- Security of the MISTY structure in the Luby-Rackoff model : improved results / Gilles Piret and Jean-Jacques Quisquater -- FOX : a new family of block ciphers / Pascal Junod and Serge Vaudenay -- A note on the signed sliding window integer recoding and a left-to-right analogue / Roberto Maria Avanzi -- Fast irreducibility testing for XTR using a gaussian normal basis of low complexity / Soonhak Kwon, Chang Hoon Kim and Chun Pyo Hong -- Modular number systems : beyond the Mersenne family / Jean-Claude Bajard, Laurent Imbert and Thomas Plantard -- Efficient doubling on genus two curves over binary fields / Tanja Lange and Marc Stevens -- About the security of ciphers (semantic security and pseudo-random permutations) / Duong Hieu Phan and David Pointcheval -- A subliminal channel in secret block ciphers / Adam Young and Moti Yung -- Blockwise adversarial model for on-line ciphers and symmetric encryption schemes / Pierre-Alain Fouque, Antoine Joux and Guillaume Poupard -- Cryptanalysis of a white box AES implementation / Olivier Billet, Henri Gilbert and Charaf Ech-Chatbi -- Predicting subset sum pseudorandom generators / Joachim von zur Gathen and Igor E. Shparlinski -- Collision attack and pseudorandomness of reduced-round Camellia / Wu Wenling, Feng Dengguo and Chen Hua -- Password based key exchange with mutual authentication / Shaoquan Jiang and Guang Gong -- Product construction of key distribution schemes for sensor networks / Reizhong Wei and Jiang Wu -- Deterministic key predistribution schemes for distributed sensor networks / Jooyoung Lee and Douglas R. Stinson -- On proactive secret sharing schemes / Ventzislav Nikov and Svetla Nikova -- Efficient constructions of variable-input-length block ciphers / Sarvar Patel, Zulfikar Ramzan and Ganapathy S. Sundaram -- A sufficient condition for optimal domain extension of UOWHFs / Mridul Nandi.
Summary: SAC 2004 was the eleventh in a series of annual workshops on Selected Areas in Cryptography. This was the second time that the workshop was hosted by the University of Waterloo, Ontario, with previous workshops being held at Queen'sUniversityinKingston(1994,1996,1998and1999), CarletonUniversity in Ottawa (1995, 1997 and 2003), the Fields Institute in Toronto (2001) and Memorial University of Newfoundland in St. John's (2002). The primary intent of the workshop was to provide a relaxed atmosphere in which researchers in cryptography could present and discuss new work on selected areas of current interest. This year's themes for SAC were: - Design and analysis of symmetric key cryptosystems. - Primitives for symmetric key cryptography, including block and stream - phers, hash functions, and MAC algorithms. - E?cient implementation of cryptographic systems in public and symmetric key cryptography. - Cryptographic solutions for mobile (web) services. A record of 117 papers were submitted for consideration by the program committee. After an extensive review process, 25 papers were accepted for p- sentation at the workshop (two of these papers were merged). Unfortunately, many good papers could not be accommodated this year. These proceedings contain the revised versions of the 24 accepted papers. The revised versions were not subsequently checked for correctness. Also, we were very fortunate to have two invited speakers at SAC 2004." Eli Biham arranged for some breaking news in his talk on "New Results on SHA-0 and SHA-1." This talk was designated as the Sta?ord Tavares L- ture.
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An improved correlation attack on A5/1 / Alexander Maximov, Thomas Johansson and Steve Babbage -- Extending the resynchronization attack / Frederik Armknecht, Joseph Lano and Bart Preneel -- A new simple technique to attack filter generators and related ciphers / Hakan Englund and Thomas Johansson -- On XTR and side-channel analysis / Daniel Page and Martijn Stam -- Provably secure masking of AES / Johannes Blomer, Jorge Guajardo and Volker Krummel -- Perfect diffusion primitives for block ciphers -- building efficient MDS matrices / Pascal Junod and Serge Vaudenay -- Security of the MISTY structure in the Luby-Rackoff model : improved results / Gilles Piret and Jean-Jacques Quisquater -- FOX : a new family of block ciphers / Pascal Junod and Serge Vaudenay -- A note on the signed sliding window integer recoding and a left-to-right analogue / Roberto Maria Avanzi -- Fast irreducibility testing for XTR using a gaussian normal basis of low complexity / Soonhak Kwon, Chang Hoon Kim and Chun Pyo Hong -- Modular number systems : beyond the Mersenne family / Jean-Claude Bajard, Laurent Imbert and Thomas Plantard -- Efficient doubling on genus two curves over binary fields / Tanja Lange and Marc Stevens -- About the security of ciphers (semantic security and pseudo-random permutations) / Duong Hieu Phan and David Pointcheval -- A subliminal channel in secret block ciphers / Adam Young and Moti Yung -- Blockwise adversarial model for on-line ciphers and symmetric encryption schemes / Pierre-Alain Fouque, Antoine Joux and Guillaume Poupard -- Cryptanalysis of a white box AES implementation / Olivier Billet, Henri Gilbert and Charaf Ech-Chatbi -- Predicting subset sum pseudorandom generators / Joachim von zur Gathen and Igor E. Shparlinski -- Collision attack and pseudorandomness of reduced-round Camellia / Wu Wenling, Feng Dengguo and Chen Hua -- Password based key exchange with mutual authentication / Shaoquan Jiang and Guang Gong -- Product construction of key distribution schemes for sensor networks / Reizhong Wei and Jiang Wu -- Deterministic key predistribution schemes for distributed sensor networks / Jooyoung Lee and Douglas R. Stinson -- On proactive secret sharing schemes / Ventzislav Nikov and Svetla Nikova -- Efficient constructions of variable-input-length block ciphers / Sarvar Patel, Zulfikar Ramzan and Ganapathy S. Sundaram -- A sufficient condition for optimal domain extension of UOWHFs / Mridul Nandi.

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SAC 2004 was the eleventh in a series of annual workshops on Selected Areas in Cryptography. This was the second time that the workshop was hosted by the University of Waterloo, Ontario, with previous workshops being held at Queen'sUniversityinKingston(1994,1996,1998and1999), CarletonUniversity in Ottawa (1995, 1997 and 2003), the Fields Institute in Toronto (2001) and Memorial University of Newfoundland in St. John's (2002). The primary intent of the workshop was to provide a relaxed atmosphere in which researchers in cryptography could present and discuss new work on selected areas of current interest. This year's themes for SAC were: - Design and analysis of symmetric key cryptosystems. - Primitives for symmetric key cryptography, including block and stream - phers, hash functions, and MAC algorithms. - E?cient implementation of cryptographic systems in public and symmetric key cryptography. - Cryptographic solutions for mobile (web) services. A record of 117 papers were submitted for consideration by the program committee. After an extensive review process, 25 papers were accepted for p- sentation at the workshop (two of these papers were merged). Unfortunately, many good papers could not be accommodated this year. These proceedings contain the revised versions of the 24 accepted papers. The revised versions were not subsequently checked for correctness. Also, we were very fortunate to have two invited speakers at SAC 2004." Eli Biham arranged for some breaking news in his talk on "New Results on SHA-0 and SHA-1." This talk was designated as the Sta?ord Tavares L- ture.

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