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Information Security and Privacy [electronic resource] : 11th Australasian Conference, ACISP 2006, Melbourne, Australia, July 3-5, 2006, Proceedings / edited by Lynn Batten, Reihaneh Safavi-Naini.

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Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 2006.
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1 online resource (XII, 446 pages)
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1st ed. 2006.
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Computer Science (Springer-11645)
LNCS sublibrary. Security and cryptology SL 4, 4058
Security and Cryptology ; 4058
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Subjects:
Data encryption (Computer science).
Management information systems.
Computer science.
Operating systems (Computers).
Computer networks.
Coding theory.
Information theory.
Algorithms.
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Management of Computing and Information Systems. (search)
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The 11th Australasian Conference on Information Security and Privacy (ACISP 2006) was held in Melbourne, 3-5 July, 2006. The conference was sponsored by Deakin University, the Research Network for a Secure Australia, and was organized in cooperation with the University of Wollongong. The conference brought together researchers,practitioners and a wide range of other users from academia, industries and government organizations. The program included 35 papers covering important aspects of information security technologies. The papers were selected from 133 submissions through a two-stage anonymous review process. Each paper received at least three reviews by members of the Program Committee, and was then scrutinized by the whole committee during a two-week discussion. There were 19 papers eligible for the "best student paper" award. The award was given to Yang Cui from the U- versity of Tokyo for the paper "Tag-KEM from Set Partial Domain One-Way Permutations. " In addition to the regular papers the program also included three invited talks. Bart Preneel gave an invited talk entitled "Electronic Identity Cards: Threats and Opportunities. " Mike Burmester's talk was "Towards Provable - curity for Ubiquitous Applications. " The details of the third talk had not been ?nalized at the time of publication of these proceedings. We wish to thank all the authors of submitted papers for providing the c- tent for the conference;their high-quality submissions madethe task of selecting a program very di?cult.
Contents:
Stream Ciphers
Algebraic Attacks on Clock-Controlled Stream Ciphers
Cache Based Power Analysis Attacks on AES
Distinguishing Attack on SOBER-128 with Linear Masking
Evaluating the Resistance of Stream Ciphers with Linear Feedback Against Fast Algebraic Attacks
Symmetric Key Ciphers
Ensuring Fast Implementations of Symmetric Ciphers on the Intel Pentium 4 and Beyond
Improved Cryptanalysis of MAG
On Exact Algebraic [Non-]Immunity of S-Boxes Based on Power Functions
Network Security
Augmented Certificate Revocation Lists
Online/Offline Signatures and Multisignatures for AODV and DSR Routing Security
Towards an Invisible Honeypot Monitoring System
Cryptographic Applications
Adaptively Secure Traitor Tracing Against Key Exposure and Its Application to Anywhere TV Service
Fingercasting-Joint Fingerprinting and Decryption of Broadcast Messages
More on Stand-Alone and Setup-Free Verifiably Committed Signatures
Secure Implementation
API Monitoring System for Defeating Worms and Exploits in MS-Windows System
Hiding Circuit Topology from Unbounded Reverse Engineers
The Role of the Self-Defending Object Concept in Developing Distributed Security-Aware Applications
Signatures
Efficient and Provably Secure Multi-receiver Identity-Based Signcryption
Efficient Identity-Based Signatures Secure in the Standard Model
Event-Oriented k-Times Revocable-iff-Linked Group Signatures
Key Replacement Attack Against a Generic Construction of Certificateless Signature
Theory
A Novel Range Test
Efficient Primitives from Exponentiation in ? p
PA in the Two-Key Setting and a Generic Conversion for Encryption with Anonymity
Statistical Decoding Revisited
Invited Talk
Towards Provable Security for Ubiquitous Applications
Security Applications
Oblivious Scalar-Product Protocols
On Optimizing the k-Ward Micro-aggregation Technique for Secure Statistical Databases
Provable Security
Direct Chosen-Ciphertext Secure Identity-Based Key Encapsulation Without Random Oracles
Generic Transforms to Acquire CCA-Security for Identity Based Encryption: The Cases of FOpkc and REACT
Tag-KEM from Set Partial Domain One-Way Permutations
Protocols
An Extension to Bellare and Rogaway (1993) Model: Resetting Compromised Long-Term Keys
Graphical Representation of Authorization Policies for Weighted Credentials
Secure Cross-Realm C2C-PAKE Protocol
Hashing and Message Authentication
Constructing Secure Hash Functions by Enhancing Merkle-Damga╠Őrd Construction
Forgery and Key Recovery Attacks on PMAC and Mitchell's TMAC Variant
Side Channel Attacks Against HMACs Based on Block-Cipher Based Hash Functions.
Contributor:
Batten, Lynn. editor., Editor,
Safavi-Naini, Reihanah, editor., Editor,
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9783540354598
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