Information Security And Cryptology: Third SKLOIS Conference, Inscrypt 2007, Xining, China, August 31 - September 5, 2007, Revised Selec by Dingyi PeiInformation Security And Cryptology: Third SKLOIS Conference, Inscrypt 2007, Xining, China, August 31 - September 5, 2007, Revised Selec by Dingyi Pei

Information Security And Cryptology: Third SKLOIS Conference, Inscrypt 2007, Xining, China, August…

byDingyi PeiEditorMoti Yung, Dongdai Lin

Paperback | July 18, 2008

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The Third SKLOIS Conference on Information Security and Cryptology (- scrypt2007)wasorganizedbytheStateKeyLaboratoryofInformationSecurity of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in cooperation with Qinhai University for Nationalities. This international conference was held in Xining, Qinhai Province of China, and was sponsored by the Institute of Software, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Graduate University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the National Natural Science Foundations of China. By now, Inscrypt (the International SKLOIS Conference on Information - curity and Cryptology) has become a tradition, and it is, in fact, a leading event in this area, which takes place annually in China. We are pleased with the continuous support by authors, committee members, reviewers, sponsors and organizers. Indeed, the research areas covered by Inscrypt are important, since modern computing (including communication infrastructures and applications) requires increased security, trust, safety and reliability. This need has motivated the research community worldwide to produce important fundamental, exp- imental and applied work in the wide areas of cryptography and information securityresearchin recent years.Accordingly,the programof Inscrypt 2007c- ered numerous ?elds of research within these general areas.
Title:Information Security And Cryptology: Third SKLOIS Conference, Inscrypt 2007, Xining, China, August…Format:PaperbackDimensions:534 pagesPublished:July 18, 2008Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Invited Talks.- Cryptanalysis of the SFLASH Signature Scheme.- On the Evolution of User Authentication: Non-bilateral Factors.- Digital Signature Schemes.- ECDSA-Verifiable Signcryption Scheme with Signature Verification on the Signcrypted Message.- Provably Secure Identity-Based Undeniable Signatures with Selective and Universal Convertibility.- An Efficient ID-Based Proxy Signature Scheme from Pairings.- Block Cipher.- Improved and Multiple Linear Cryptanalysis of Reduced Round Serpent.- Linear Slide Attacks on the KeeLoq Block Cipher.- Key Management.- A Key Predistribution Scheme Based on 3-Designs.- Provably Secure N-Party Authenticated Key Exchange in the Multicast DPWA Setting.- A Provably Secure One-Pass Two-Party Key Establishment Protocol.- Zero Knowledge and Secure Computation Protocols.- Resettable Zero Knowledge with Concurrent Soundness in the Bare Public-Key Model under Standard Assumption.- Secure Two-Party Computation of Squared Euclidean Distances in the Presence of Malicious Adversaries.- A Discrete-Logarithm Based Non-interactive Non-malleable Commitment Scheme with an Online Knowledge Extractor.- Secret Sharing.- Verifiable Multi-secret Sharing Schemes for Multiple Threshold Access Structures.- Key Management Based on Hierarchical Secret Sharing in Ad-Hoc Networks.- Probabilistic (n, n) Visual Secret Sharing Scheme for Grayscale Images.- Stream Cipher and Pseudorandomness.- Mutually Clock-Controlled Feedback Shift Registers Provide Resistance to Algebraic Attacks.- Four Families of Binary Sequences with Low Correlation and Large Linear Complexity.- Pseudo-Randomness of Discrete-Log Sequences from Elliptic Curves.- Improved Bounds on the Linear Complexity of Keystreams Obtained by Filter Generators.- Boolean Functions.- Linear Equation on Polynomial Single Cycle T-Functions.- Weight Support Technique and the Symmetric Boolean Functions with Maximum Algebraic Immunity on Even Number of Variables.- Privacy and Deniability.- Anonymity and k-Choice Identities.- Deniable Authentication on the Internet.- Orthogonality between Key Privacy and Data Privacy, Revisited.- Unlinkable Randomizable Signature and Its Application in Group Signature.- Hash Functions.- An Improved Collision Attack on MD5 Algorithm.- Multivariates Polynomials for Hashing.- Public Key Cryptosystems.- Efficient Public Key Encryption with Keyword Search Schemes from Pairings.- Multi-Identity Single-Key Decryption without Random Oracles.- Public Key Analysis.- Kipnis-Shamir Attack on HFE Revisited.- Cryptanalysis of General Lu-Lee Type Systems.- A Timing-Resistant Elliptic Curve Backdoor in RSA.- Application Security.- A Watermarking Scheme in the Encrypted Domain for Watermarking Protocol.- Security Enhancement of a Flexible Payment Scheme and Its Role-Based Access Control.- Systems Security and Trusted Computing.- Building Trusted Sub-domain for the Grid with Trusted Computing.- Enhanced Security by OS-Oriented Encapsulation in TPM-Enabled DRM.- Online Tracing Scanning Worm with Sliding Window.- Network Security.- A New Proactive Defense Model Based on Intrusion Deception and Traceback.- On Modeling Post Decryption Error Processes in UMTS Air Interface.- A Simple, Smart and Extensible Framework for Network Security Measurement.