Information Security: 8th International Conference, ISC 2005, Singapore, September 20-23, 2005, Proceedings

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 8th International Information Security Conference, ISC 2005, held in Singapore in September 2005. The 33 revised full papers presented together with 5 student papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 271 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on network security, trust and privacy, key management and protocols, public key encryption and signature, signcryption, crypto algorithm and analysis, cryptography, applications, software ...

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Overview

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 8th International Information Security Conference, ISC 2005, held in Singapore in September 2005. The 33 revised full papers presented together with 5 student papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 271 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on network security, trust and privacy, key management and protocols, public key encryption and signature, signcryption, crypto algorithm and analysis, cryptography, applications, software security, authorization, and access control.

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Network Security I.- A Dynamic Mechanism for Recovering from Buffer Overflow Attacks.- SVision: A Network Host-Centered Anomaly Visualization Technique.- Trust & Privacy.- Time-Based Release of Confidential Information in Hierarchical Settings.- “Trust Engineering:” From Requirements to System Design and Maintenance – A Working National Lottery System Experience.- A Privacy Preserving Rental System.- Key Management & Prools.- Constant Round Dynamic Group Key Agreement.- A Key Pre-distribution Scheme for WirelessSensor Networks: Merging Blocks in Combinatorial Design.- ID-based Multi-party Authenticated Key Agreement Prools from Multilinear Forms.- On the Notion of Statistical Security in SimulatabilityDefinitions.- Public Key Encryption & Signature.- Certificateless Public Key Encryption Without Pairing.- Tracing-by-Linking Group Signatures.- Chaum’s Designated Confirmer Signature Revisited.- Network Security II.- gore: Routing-Assisted Defense Against DDoS Attacks.- IPSec Support in NAT-PT Scenario for IPv6 Transition.- Signcryption.- Hybrid Signcryption Schemes with Outsider Security.- Analysis and Improvement of a Signcryption Scheme with Key Privacy.- Efficient and Proactive Threshold Signcryption.- Crypto Algorithm & Analysis.- Error Oracle Attacks on CBC Mode: Is There a Future for CBC Mode Encryption?.- Hardware Architecture and Cost Estimates for Breaking SHA-1.- On the Security of Tweakable Modes of Operation: TBC and TAE.- A Non-redundant and Efficient Architecture for Karatsuba-Ofman Algorithm.- Cryptography.- Compatible Ideal Contrast Visual Cryptography Schemes with Reversing.- An Oblivious Transfer Prool with Log-Squared Communication.- Applications.- Electronic Voting: Starting Over?.- Timed-Release Encryption with Pre-open Capability and Its Application to Certified E-mail System.- Universally Composable Time-Stamping Schemes with Audit.- A Multiplicative Homomorphic Sealed-Bid Auction Based on Goldwasser-Micali Encryption.- Software Security.- Building a Cryptovirus Using Microsoft’s Cryptographic API.- On the Security of the WinRAR Encryption Method.- Towards Better Software Tamper Resistance.- Authorization & Access Control.- Device-Enabled Authorization in the GreySystem.- Evaluating Access Control Policies Through Model Checking.- A Cryptographic Solution for General Access Control.- Student Papers.- Integrity Improvements to an RFID Privacy Protection Prool for Anti-counterfeiting.- A Formal Definition for Trust in Distributed Systems.- A Practical Voting Scheme with Receipts.- New Constructive Approach to Covert Channel Modeling and Channel Capacity Estimation.- Efficient Modeling of Discrete Events for Anomaly Detection Using Hidden Markov Models.

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