Advances in Cryptology - CRYPTO '90: Proceedings

Overview

This volume gives the proceedings of Crypto '90, held at the
University of California at Santa Barbara, August 11-15,
1990. The conference attracted 227 participants from twenty countries, with attendees from academia, industry, and government. The program provided a balance between the theoretical and the practical aspects of cryptography to meet the needs and diversified interests of the various groups. The ...

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Overview

This volume gives the proceedings of Crypto '90, held at the
University of California at Santa Barbara, August 11-15,
1990. The conference attracted 227 participants from twenty countries, with attendees from academia, industry, and government. The program provided a balance between the theoretical and the practical aspects of cryptography to meet the needs and diversified interests of the various groups. The selected papers are organized into sections on cryptanalysis, prools, algebra and number theory,
signatures and authentication, secret sharing, key distribution,hash functions, zero-knowledge, randomness,
applications, design and analysis, and impromptu talks.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783540545088
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 12/13/1991
  • Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series, #537
  • Edition description: 1991
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 650
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 1.40 (d)

Table of Contents

Cryptanalysis.- Differential Cryptanalysis of DES-like Cryptosystems.- A Statistical Attack of the FEAL-8 Cryptosystem.- An Improved Linear Syndrome Algorithm in Cryptanalysis With Applications.- Prools.- Quantum Bit Commitment and Coin Tossing Prools.- Security with Low Communication Overhead.- Fair Computation of General Functions in Presence of Immoral Majority.- One-Way Group Actions.- Algebra and Number Theory.- Solving Large Sparse Linear Systems Over Finite Fields.- On the Computation of Discrete Logarithms in Class Groups.- Matrix Extensions of the RSA Algorithm.- Constructing Elliptic Curve Cryptosystems in Characteristic 2.- Signatures and Authentication.- Identification Tokens — or: Solving The Chess Grandmaster Problem.- Arbitrated Unconditionally Secure Authentication Can Be Unconditionally Protected against Arbiter’s Attacks.- Convertible Undeniable Signatures.- Unconditionally-Secure Digital Signatures.- Secret Sharing.- Geometric Shared Secret and/or Shared Control Schemes.- Some Improved Bounds on the Information Rate of Perfect Secret Sharing Schemes.- Collective Coin Tossing Without Assumptions nor Broadcasting.- Key Distribution.- A Key Distribution “Paradox”.- A Modular Approach to Key Distribution.- Hash Functions.- Structural Properties of One-Way Hash Functions.- The MD4 Message Digest Algorithm.- Zero-Knowledge.- Achieving Zero-Knowledge Robustly.- Hiding Instances in Zero-Knowledge Proof Systems.- Multi-Language Zero Knowledge Interactive Proof Systems.- Publicly Verifiable Non-Interactive Zero-Knowledge Proofs.- Cryptographic Applications of the Non-Interactive Metaproof and Many-prover Systems.- Interactive Proofs with Provable Security against Honest Verifiers.- Randomness.- On the Universality of the Next Bit Test.- A Universal Statistical Test for Random Bit Generators.- On the Impossibility of Private Key Cryptography with Weakly Random Keys.- Applications.- How to Time-Stamp a Digital Document.- How to Utilize the Randomness of Zero-Knowledge Proofs.- Fast Software Encryption Functions.- CORSAIR: A Smart Card for Public Key Cryptosystems.- Design and Analysis I.- Fast Checkers for Cryptography.- Complexity Theoretic Issues Concerning Block Ciphers Related to D.E.S..- The Redoc II Cryptosystem.- A Recursive Construction Method of S-boxes Satisfying Strict Avalanche Criterion.- Design and Analysis II.- A Comparison of Practical Public-Key Cryptosystems based on Integer Factorization and Discrete Logarithms.- Nonlinear Parity Circuits and their Cryptographic Applications.- Cryptographic Significance of the Carry for Ciphers Based on Integer Addition.- Impromptu Talks.- Computation of Discrete Logarithms in Prime Fields.- Systolic Modular Multiplication.- Finding Four Million Large Random Primes.- The FEAL Cipher Family.- Discrete-Log With Compressible Exponents.

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