Applied Cryptography and Network Security: 14th by Mark Manulis, Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi, Steve Schneider

By Mark Manulis, Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi, Steve Schneider

This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the 14th foreign convention on utilized Cryptography and community safety, ACNS 2016, held in Guildford, united kingdom. in June 2016. five. The 35 revised complete papers incorporated during this quantity and offered including 2 invited talks, have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 183 submissions.ACNS is an annual convention concentrating on leading edge learn and present advancements that boost the parts of utilized cryptography, cyber defense and privateness.

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For simplicity, we assume that the key space of all operators is identical. Security Against MiM Adversaries. In our model, the clients and servers may run concurrent executions of the protocol Π. We denote the j-th execution of the protocol by party P as Pj , associated with a session ID sid, a partner ID pid (consisting either of one or of multiple elements), and an accept/reject bit accept (explained in detail in Sect. 4). In this case Pj is a handle, used by a MiM adversary A to access the oracles below so as to schedule message deliveries, send tampered messages, or interact arbitrarily with any party.

The plaintext secrets under threat would include the credentials themselves, the reconstructed master key used to decrypt them and the shares of the master key received from the Picosiblings. ) have been proposed before, our variant is original, the way we combine them is original, and the protection features we achieve have not previously appeared in the literature. We also build a working prototype and measure its performance. In particular: We design a new internal architecture for the Pico security token and a communication protocol between Pico and Picosiblings that, besides meeting all the security and privacy requirements in the original Pico paper,2 additionally protect the Pico from cold boot attacks.

3. In particular, parties P (clients C and servers S) run sessions of the protocol, thus creating party instances denoted Pi . An instance is said to finish in an accepting state if and only if it auhenticates its partner. Each instance keeps track of a partner- and a session-ID. The partner ID pid of an accepting client instance Ci is S (this reflects the lack of server identifiers); server instances Si , have a pid corresponding to a unique UID. The session ID sid of each instance consists of: UID, R, and the value Sqn that is agreed upon during the session.

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