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Advances in cryptology -- CRYPTO 2020 : 40th Annual International Cryptology Conference, CRYPTO 2020, Santa Barbara, CA, USA, August 17-21, 2020, Proceedings. Part III / Daniele Micciancio, Thomas Ristenpart (eds.).

By: (40th : CRYPTO (Conference) (40th : 2020 : Online)Contributor(s): Micciancio, Daniele | Ristenpart, ThomasMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Serienbezeichnung | Lecture notes in computer science ; 12172. | LNCS sublibrary. SL 4, Security and cryptology.Publisher: Cham : Springer, 2020Description: 1 online resource (xv, 832 p.) : ill. (some col.)ISBN: 9783030568771; 3030568776Other title: CRYPTO 2020Subject(s): Data encryption (Computer science) -- Congresses | Data structures (Computer science) | Computer security -- Congresses | Software engineering | Algorithms & data structures | Network hardware | Computer security | Information retrieval | Software Engineering | Coding theory & cryptology | Computers -- Information Theory | Computers -- Hardware -- Network Hardware | Computers -- Security -- General | Computers -- Information Technology | Computers -- Software Development & Engineering -- General | Computer security | Data encryption (Computer science) | Data structures (Computer science) | Software engineeringGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings DDC classification: 005.82 LOC classification: QA76.9.D335Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Multi-Party Computation: Two-Sided Malicious Security for Private Intersection-Sum with Cardinality -- Private Set Intersection in the Internet Setting From Lightweight Oblivious PRF -- Multiparty Generation of an RSA Modulus -- Secret Sharing -- Non-Malleability against Polynomial Tampering -- Non-Malleable Secret Sharing against Bounded Joint-Tampering Attacks in the Plain Model -- Nearly Optimal Robust Secret Sharing against Rushing Adversaries -- Cryptanalysis -- Cryptanalytic Extraction of Neural Network Models -- Automatic Verification of Differential Characteristics: Application to Reduced Gimli -- The MALICIOUS Framework: Embedding Backdoors into Tweakable Block Ciphers -- Cryptanalysis of The Lifted Unbalanced Oil Vinegar Signature Scheme -- Out of Oddity -- New Cryptanalytic Techniques against Symmetric Primitives Optimized for Integrity Proof Systems -- Improved Differential-Linear Attacks with Applications to ARX Ciphers -- Cryptanalysis Results on Spook: Bringing Full-round Shadow-512 to the Light -- Cryptanalysis of LEDAcrypt -- Alzette: a 64-bit ARX-box (feat. CRAX and TRAX) -- Delay functions -- Order-Fairness for Byzantine Consensus -- Generically Speeding-Up Repeated Squaring is Equivalent to Factoring: Sharp Thresholds for All Generic-Ring Delay Functions -- Zero Knowledge -- Compressed Sigma-Protocol Theory and Practical Application to Plug & Play Secure Algorithmics -- A Tight Parallel Repetition Theorem for Partially Simulatable Interactive Arguments via Smooth KL-Divergence -- Interactive Proofs for Social Graphs -- The Measure-and-Reprogram Technique 2.0: Multi-Round Fiat-Shamir and More -- Fiat-Shamir for Repeated Squaring with Applications to PPAD-Hardness and VDFs -- PPAD-Hardness and Delegation with Unambiguous Proofs -- New Techniques for Zero-Knowledge: Leveraging Inefficient Provers to Reduce Assumptions, Interaction, and Trust -- Spartan: Efficient and general-purpose zkSNARKs -- NIZK from LPN and Trapdoor Hash via Correlation Intract ability for Approximable Relations -- Shorter Non-Interactive Zero-Knowledge Arguments and ZAPs for Algebraic Languages -- Non-Interactive Zero-Knowledge Arguments for QMA, with preprocessing.
Summary: Conference on Cryptologic Research, CRYPTO 2020, which was held during August 17-21, 2020. Crypto has traditionally been held at UCSB every year, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic it will be an online event in 2020. The 85 papers presented in the proceedings were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 371 submissions. They were organized in topical sections as follows: Part I: Security Models; Symmetric and Real World Cryptography; Hardware Security and Leakage Resilience; Outsourced encryption; Constructions. Part II: Public Key Cryptanalysis; Lattice Algorithms and Cryptanalysis; Lattice-based and Post Quantum Cryptography; Multi-Party Computation. Part III: Multi-Party Computation; Secret Sharing; Cryptanalysis; Delay functions; Zero Knowledge.
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Multi-Party Computation: Two-Sided Malicious Security for Private Intersection-Sum with Cardinality -- Private Set Intersection in the Internet Setting From Lightweight Oblivious PRF -- Multiparty Generation of an RSA Modulus -- Secret Sharing -- Non-Malleability against Polynomial Tampering -- Non-Malleable Secret Sharing against Bounded Joint-Tampering Attacks in the Plain Model -- Nearly Optimal Robust Secret Sharing against Rushing Adversaries -- Cryptanalysis -- Cryptanalytic Extraction of Neural Network Models -- Automatic Verification of Differential Characteristics: Application to Reduced Gimli -- The MALICIOUS Framework: Embedding Backdoors into Tweakable Block Ciphers -- Cryptanalysis of The Lifted Unbalanced Oil Vinegar Signature Scheme -- Out of Oddity -- New Cryptanalytic Techniques against Symmetric Primitives Optimized for Integrity Proof Systems -- Improved Differential-Linear Attacks with Applications to ARX Ciphers -- Cryptanalysis Results on Spook: Bringing Full-round Shadow-512 to the Light -- Cryptanalysis of LEDAcrypt -- Alzette: a 64-bit ARX-box (feat. CRAX and TRAX) -- Delay functions -- Order-Fairness for Byzantine Consensus -- Generically Speeding-Up Repeated Squaring is Equivalent to Factoring: Sharp Thresholds for All Generic-Ring Delay Functions -- Zero Knowledge -- Compressed Sigma-Protocol Theory and Practical Application to Plug & Play Secure Algorithmics -- A Tight Parallel Repetition Theorem for Partially Simulatable Interactive Arguments via Smooth KL-Divergence -- Interactive Proofs for Social Graphs -- The Measure-and-Reprogram Technique 2.0: Multi-Round Fiat-Shamir and More -- Fiat-Shamir for Repeated Squaring with Applications to PPAD-Hardness and VDFs -- PPAD-Hardness and Delegation with Unambiguous Proofs -- New Techniques for Zero-Knowledge: Leveraging Inefficient Provers to Reduce Assumptions, Interaction, and Trust -- Spartan: Efficient and general-purpose zkSNARKs -- NIZK from LPN and Trapdoor Hash via Correlation Intract ability for Approximable Relations -- Shorter Non-Interactive Zero-Knowledge Arguments and ZAPs for Algebraic Languages -- Non-Interactive Zero-Knowledge Arguments for QMA, with preprocessing.

Conference on Cryptologic Research, CRYPTO 2020, which was held during August 17-21, 2020. Crypto has traditionally been held at UCSB every year, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic it will be an online event in 2020. The 85 papers presented in the proceedings were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 371 submissions. They were organized in topical sections as follows: Part I: Security Models; Symmetric and Real World Cryptography; Hardware Security and Leakage Resilience; Outsourced encryption; Constructions. Part II: Public Key Cryptanalysis; Lattice Algorithms and Cryptanalysis; Lattice-based and Post Quantum Cryptography; Multi-Party Computation. Part III: Multi-Party Computation; Secret Sharing; Cryptanalysis; Delay functions; Zero Knowledge.

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