Information and Communications Security: 11th International Conference, ICICS 2009 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science / Security and Cryptology 5927)

Information and Communications Security: 11th International Conference, ICICS 2009 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science / Security and Cryptology 5927)

By: Sihan Qing (volume_editor), Chris J. Mitchell (volume_editor), Guilin Wang (volume_editor)Paperback

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The11thInternationalConferenceonInformationandCommunicationsSecurity (ICICS 2009) was held in Beijing, China during December 14-17, 2009. The ICICS conferenceseriesis anestablished forum that bringstogether people from universities,researchinstitutes, industry and governmentinstitutions, who work in a range of ?elds within information and communications security. The ICICS conferencesgiveattendeestheopportunitytoexchangenewideasandinvestigate developments in the state of the art. In previous years, ICICS has taken place in the UK (2008), China (2007, 2005, 2003, 2001 and 1997), USA (2006), Spain (2004), Singapore (2002), and Australia (1999). On each occasion, as on this one, the proceedings have been published in the Springer LNCS series. In total, 162 manuscripts from 20 countries and districts were submitted to ICICS 2009, and a total of 37 (31 regular papers plus 6 short papers) from 13 countries and districts were accepted (an acceptance rate of 23%). The accepted papers cover a wide range of disciplines within information security and applied cryptography. Each submission to ICICS 2009 was anonymously reviewed by three or four reviewers. We are very grateful to members of the Program C- mittee, which was composed of 44 members from 14 countries; we would like to thank them, as well as all the external referees, for their time and their valuable contributions to the tough and time-consuming reviewing process.

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Contents

Invited Talks.- How to Steal a Botnet and What Can Happen When You Do.- A User-Mode-Kernel-Mode Co-operative Architecture for Trustable Computing.- Cryptanalysis.- Security Evaluation of a DPA-Resistant S-Box Based on the Fourier Transform.- Security Analysis of the GF-NLFSR Structure and Four-Cell Block Cipher.- Algorithms and Implementations.- The rakaposhi Stream Cipher.- Design of Reliable and Secure Multipliers by Multilinear Arithmetic Codes.- Hardware/Software Co-design of Public-Key Cryptography for SSL Protocol Execution in Embedded Systems.- Public Key Cryptography.- Online/Offline Ring Signature Scheme.- Policy-Controlled Signatures.- Public Key Encryption without Random Oracle Made Truly Practical.- A Public-Key Traitor Tracing Scheme with an Optimal Transmission Rate.- Security Applications.- Computationally Secure Hierarchical Self-healing Key Distribution for Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Networks.- Enabling Secure Secret Updating for Unidirectional Key Distribution in RFID-Enabled Supply Chains.- Biometric-Based Non-transferable Anonymous Credentials.- Software Security.- Secure Remote Execution of Sequential Computations.- Architecture- and OS-Independent Binary-Level Dynamic Test Generation.- System Security.- Measuring Information Flow in Reactive Processes.- Trusted Isolation Environment: An Attestation Architecture with Usage Control Model.- Denial-of-Service Attacks on Host-Based Generic Unpackers.- Network Security.- Predictive Pattern Matching for Scalable Network Intrusion Detection.- Deterministic Finite Automata Characterization for Memory-Based Pattern Matching.- A LoSS Based On-line Detection of Abnormal Traffic Using Dynamic Detection Threshold.- User-Assisted Host-Based Detection of Outbound Malware Traffic.- Assessing Security Risk to a Network Using a Statistical Model of Attacker Community Competence.- Short Papers I.- Using the (Open) Solaris Service Management Facility as a Building Block for System Security.- IntFinder: Automatically Detecting Integer Bugs in x86 Binary Program.- A Comparative Study of Privacy Mechanisms and a Novel Privacy Mechanism [Short Paper].- Database Security.- Collusion-Resistant Protocol for Privacy-Preserving Distributed Association Rules Mining.- GUC-Secure Join Operator in Distributed Relational Database.- Trust Management.- TSM-Trust: A Time-Cognition Based Computational Model for Trust Dynamics.- Bring Efficient Connotation Expressible Policies to Trust Management.- A User Trust-Based Collaborative Filtering Recommendation Algorithm.- Applied Cryptography.- Fingerprinting Attack on the Tor Anonymity System.- Proactive Verifiable Linear Integer Secret Sharing Scheme.- A Multi-stage Secret Sharing Scheme Using All-or-Nothing Transform Approach.- Digital Audio Watermarking Technique Using Pseudo-Zernike Moments.- Short Papers II.- An Image Sanitizing Scheme Using Digital Watermarking.- Adaptive and Composable Oblivious Transfer Protocols (Short Paper).- Discrete-Log-Based Additively Homomorphic Encryption and Secure WSN Data Aggregation.

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  • publication date: 23/11/2009
  • ISBN13: 9783642111440
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 518
  • ID: 9783642111440
  • weight: 771
  • ISBN10: 3642111440

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