Communications and Multimedia Security: 8th IFIP TC-6 TC-11 Conference on Communications and Multimedia Security, Sept. 15-18, 2004, Windermere, The Lake District, United Kingdom / Edition 1

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Communications and Multimedia Security is an essential reference for both academic and professional researchers in the fields of Communications and Multimedia Security.

This state-of-the-art volume presents the proceedings of the Eighth Annual IFIP TC-6 TC-11 Conference on Communications and Multimedia Security, September 2004, in Windermere, UK. The papers presented here represent the very latest developments in security research from leading people in the field. The papers explore a wide variety of subjects including privacy protection and trust negotiation, mobile security, applied cryptography, and security of communication prools. Of special interest are several papers which addressed security in the Microsoft .Net architecture, and the threats that builders of web service applications need to be aware of. The papers were a result of research sponsored by Microsoft at five European University research centers.

This collection will be important not only for multimedia security experts and researchers, but also for all teachers and administrators interested in communications security.

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Table of Contents

Privacy/Anonymity.- Duo-Onions and Hydra-Onions — Failure and Adversary Resistant Onion Prools.- Personal Attributes and Privacy.- Mobile Security 1.- Local Management of Credits and Debits in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks.- How Secure are Current Mobile Operating Systems?.- An Overview of Security Issues and Techniques in Mobile Agents.- Mobile Security 2.- A Secure Channel Prool for Multi-Application Smart Cards Based on Public Key Cryptography.- Mobile Trust Negotiation.- Weak Context Establishment Procedure for Mobility and Multi-Homing Management.- Security in Microsoft .Net.- A Generic Architecture for Web Applications to Support Threat Analysis of Infrastructural Components.- Threat Modelling for Web Services Based Web Applications.- Threat Modelling for ASP.NET.- Threat Modelling for SQL Servers.- Threat Modelling for Active Directory.- Threat Modelling for Security Tokens in Web Applications.- Cryptography.- Analysis of the DVB Common Scrambling Algorithm.- An Extension of Typed MSR for Specifying Esoteric Prools and Their Dolev-Yao Intruder.- Multimedia Security.- Robust Visual Hashing Using JPEG 2000.- A System for End-to-End Authentication of Adaptive Multimedia Content.- Application Level Security.- Using SAML to Link the Globus Toolkit to the Permis Authorisation Infrastructure.- Secure Role Based Messaging.- Five Non-Technical Pillars of Network Information Security Management.

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