Public Key Cryptography - PKC 2006: 9th International Conference on Theory and Practice in Public-Key Cryptography, New York, NY, USA, by Moti YungPublic Key Cryptography - PKC 2006: 9th International Conference on Theory and Practice in Public-Key Cryptography, New York, NY, USA, by Moti Yung

Public Key Cryptography - PKC 2006: 9th International Conference on Theory and Practice in Public…

byMoti Yung

Paperback | April 18, 2006

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The 9th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Public-Key Cr- tography(PKC 2006) took place in New York City. PKC is the premier inter- tional conference dedicated to cryptology focusing on all aspects of public-key cryptography. The event is sponsored by the International Association of Cr- tologic Research (IACR), and this year it was also sponsored by the Columbia University Computer Science Department as well as a number of sponsors from industry, among them: EADS and Morgan Stanley, which were golden sponsors, as well as Gemplus, NTT DoCoMo, Google, Microsoft and RSA Security, which were silver sponsors. We acknowledge the generous support of our industrial sponsors; their support was a major contributing factor to the success of this year's PKC. PKC 2006 followed a series of very successful conferences that started in 1998in Yokohama,Japan.Further meetingswereheld successivelyinKamakura (Japan), Melbourne (Australia), Jeju Island (Korea), Paris (France), Miami (USA), Singapore and Les Diablerets (Switzerland). The conference became an IACR sponsored event (o?cially designated as an IACR workshop) in 2003 and has been sponsored by IACR continuously since then. The year 2006 found us all in New York City where the undertone of the conference was hummed in the relentless rhythm of the city that never sleeps.
Title:Public Key Cryptography - PKC 2006: 9th International Conference on Theory and Practice in Public…Format:PaperbackDimensions:543 pagesPublished:April 18, 2006Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3540338519

ISBN - 13:9783540338512


Table of Contents

Cryptanalysis and Protocol Weaknesses.- New Attacks on RSA with Small Secret CRT-Exponents.- An Attack on a Modified Niederreiter Encryption Scheme.- Cryptanalysis of an Efficient Proof of Knowledge of Discrete Logarithm.- Distributed Crypto-computing.- Efficient Polynomial Operations in the Shared-Coefficients Setting.- Generic On-Line/Off-Line Threshold Signatures.- Linear Integer Secret Sharing and Distributed Exponentiation.- Encryption Methods.- Encoding-Free ElGamal Encryption Without Random Oracles.- Parallel Key-Insulated Public Key Encryption.- Provably Secure Steganography with Imperfect Sampling.- Cryptographic Hash and Applications.- Collision-Resistant No More: Hash-and-Sign Paradigm Revisited.- Higher Order Universal One-Way Hash Functions from the Subset Sum Assumption.- Number Theory Algorithms.- An Algorithm to Solve the Discrete Logarithm Problem with the Number Field Sieve.- Efficient Scalar Multiplication by Isogeny Decompositions.- Curve25519: New Diffie-Hellman Speed Records.- Pairing-Based Cryptography.- Strongly Unforgeable Signatures Based on Computational Diffie-Hellman.- Generalization of the Selective-ID Security Model for HIBE Protocols.- Identity-Based Aggregate Signatures.- On the Limitations of the Spread of an IBE-to-PKE Transformation.- Cryptosystems Design and Analysis.- Inoculating Multivariate Schemes Against Differential Attacks.- Random Subgroups of Braid Groups: An Approach to Cryptanalysis of a Braid Group Based Cryptographic Protocol.- High-Order Attacks Against the Exponent Splitting Protection.- Signature and Identification.- New Online/Offline Signature Schemes Without Random Oracles.- Anonymous Signature Schemes.- The Power of Identification Schemes.- Authentication and Key Establishment.- Security Analysis of KEA Authenticated Key Exchange Protocol.- SAS-Based Authenticated Key Agreement.- The Twist-AUgmented Technique for Key Exchange.- Password-Based Group Key Exchange in a Constant Number of Rounds.- Multi-party Computation.- Conditional Oblivious Cast.- Efficiency Tradeoffs for Malicious Two-Party Computation.- PKI Techniques.- On Constructing Certificateless Cryptosystems from Identity Based Encryption.- Building Better Signcryption Schemes with Tag-KEMs.- Security-Mediated Certificateless Cryptography.- k-Times Anonymous Authentication with a Constant Proving Cost.