Applied Cryptography and Network Security: 8th International Conference, ACNS 2010, Beijing, China, June 22-25, 2010 : Proceedings (Lecture Notes in C

Applied Cryptography and Network Security: 8th International Conference, ACNS 2010, Beijing, China, June 22-25, 2010 : Proceedings (Lecture Notes in C

By: Moti Yung (editor), Jianying Zhou (editor)Paperback

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ACNS 2010, the 8th International Conference on Applied Cryptography and Network Security, was held in Beijing, China, during June 22-25, 2010. ACNS 2010 brought together individuals from academia and industry involved in m- tiple research disciplines of cryptography and security to foster the exchange of ideas. ACNS was initiated in 2003, and there has been a steady improvement in the quality of its program over the past 8 years: ACNS 2003 (Kunming, China), ACNS 2004 (Yellow Mountain, China), ACNS 2005 (New York, USA), ACNS 2006 (Singapore), ACNS 2007 (Zhuhai, China), ACNS 2008 (New York, USA), ACNS2009(Paris,France). Theaverageacceptanceratehasbeenkeptataround 17%, and the average number of participants has been kept at around 100. The conference received a total of 178 submissions from all over the world. Each submission was assigned to at least three committee members. Subm- sions co-authored by members of the Program Committee were assigned to at least four committee members. Due to the large number of high-quality s- missions, the review process was challenging and we are deeply grateful to the committee members and the external reviewers for their outstanding work. - ter extensive discussions, the Program Committee selected 32 submissions for presentation in the academic track, and these are the articles that are included in this volume (LNCS 6123). Additionally, a few other submissionswereselected for presentation in the non-archival industrial track.

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Public Key Encryption.- On the Broadcast and Validity-Checking Security of pkcs#1 v1.5 Encryption.- How to Construct Interval Encryption from Binary Tree Encryption.- Shrinking the Keys of Discrete-Log-Type Lossy Trapdoor Functions.- Digital Signature.- Trapdoor Sanitizable Signatures Made Easy.- Generic Constructions for Verifiably Encrypted Signatures without Random Oracles or NIZKs.- Redactable Signatures for Tree-Structured Data: Definitions and Constructions.- Block Ciphers and Hash Functions.- Impossible Differential Cryptanalysis on Feistel Ciphers with SP and SPS Round Functions.- Multi-trail Statistical Saturation Attacks.- Multiset Collision Attacks on Reduced-Round SNOW 3G and SNOW 3G???.- High Performance GHASH Function for Long Messages.- Side-Channel Attacks.- Principles on the Security of AES against First and Second-Order Differential Power Analysis.- Adaptive Chosen-Message Side-Channel Attacks.- Secure Multiplicative Masking of Power Functions.- Zero Knowledge and Multi-party Protocols.- Batch Groth-Sahai.- Efficient and Secure Evaluation of Multivariate Polynomials and Applications.- Efficient Implementation of the Orlandi Protocol.- Improving the Round Complexity of Traitor Tracing Schemes.- Key Management.- Password Based Key Exchange Protocols on Elliptic Curves Which Conceal the Public Parameters.- Okamoto-Tanaka Revisited: Fully Authenticated Diffie-Hellman with Minimal Overhead.- Deniable Internet Key Exchange.- Authentication and Identification.- A New Human Identification Protocol and Coppersmith's Baby-Step Giant-Step Algorithm.- Secure Sketch for Multiple Secrets.- A Message Recognition Protocol Based on Standard Assumptions.- Privacy and Anonymity.- Affiliation-Hiding Key Exchange with Untrusted Group Authorities.- Privacy-Preserving Group Discovery with Linear Complexity.- Two New Efficient PIR-Writing Protocols.- Regulatory Compliant Oblivious RAM.- RFID Security and Privacy.- Revisiting Unpredictability-Based RFID Privacy Models.- On RFID Privacy with Mutual Authentication and Tag Corruption.- Internet Security.- Social Network-Based Botnet Command-and-Control: Emerging Threats and Countermeasures.- COP: A Step toward Children Online Privacy.- A Hybrid Method to Detect Deflation Fraud in Cost-Per-Action Online Advertising.

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  • publication date: 09/06/2010
  • ISBN13: 9783642137075
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 577
  • ID: 9783642137075
  • weight: 1021
  • ISBN10: 3642137075

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