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Advances in Cryptology — EUROCRYPT ’89 : Workshop on the Theory and Application of Cryptographic Techniques Houthalen, Belgium, April 10–13, 1989 Proceedings, edited by Jean-Jacques Quisquater, Joos Vandewalle, (electronic resource)

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Advances in Cryptology — EUROCRYPT ’89 : Workshop on the Theory and Application of Cryptographic Techniques Houthalen, Belgium, April 10–13, 1989 Proceedings
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Advances in Cryptology — EUROCRYPT ’89
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Workshop on the Theory and Application of Cryptographic Techniques Houthalen, Belgium, April 10–13, 1989 Proceedings
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edited by Jean-Jacques Quisquater, Joos Vandewalle
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This volume contains the proceedings of the Eurocrypt '89 conference, a workshop on theory and applications of cryptographic techniques. The International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR) organizes two conferences each year, one in Europe and one in the United States. Eurocrypt '89 was the seventh European conference. The volume includes revised versions of nearly all the contributions presented at the conference, including shortened versions of the talks given at the special rump session for recent results. Recent outbreaks of viruses, worms and computer fraud together with progress in telecommunications, computer networks and automated banking have considerably increased the interest in data security techniques, where cryptography is generaly considered to be the most important tool. In this area of data security, where high stakes are at risk, up-to-date information is crucial. This book is organized into sections on public-key cryptosystems, theory, zero-knowledge protocols, applications, signature and untraceability, cryptanalysis, sharing and authentication schemes, sequences, algorithms, old problems, and impromptu talks
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Quisquater, Jean-Jacques
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  • Vandewalle, Joos.
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Lecture Notes in Computer Science,
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434
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  • Computer science
  • Computer Communication Networks
  • Operating systems (Computers)
  • Data encryption (Computer science)
  • Computer software
  • Database management
  • Telecommunication
  • Computer Science
  • Data Encryption
  • Algorithm Analysis and Problem Complexity
  • Database Management
  • Computer Communication Networks
  • Operating Systems
  • Communications Engineering, Networks
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Advances in Cryptology — EUROCRYPT ’89 : Workshop on the Theory and Application of Cryptographic Techniques Houthalen, Belgium, April 10–13, 1989 Proceedings, edited by Jean-Jacques Quisquater, Joos Vandewalle, (electronic resource)
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Public-key cryptosystems -- The Adolescence of Public-Key Cryptography -- A Secure Public-Key Authentication Scheme -- How to improve signature schemes -- A Generalization of El Gamal’s Public Key Cryptosystem -- An Identity-Based Key-Exchange Protocol -- How to Keep Authenticity Alive in a Computer Network -- The Use of Fractions in Public-Key Cryptosystems -- A Practical Protocol for Large Group Oriented Networks -- Theory -- Counting Functions Satisfying a Higher Order Strict Avalanche Criterion -- A Key Distribution System Based On Any One-Way Function -- Non-linearity of Exponent Permutations -- Informational Divergence Bounds for Authentication Codes -- 2n-Bit Hash-Functions Using n-Bit Symmetric Block Cipher Algorithms -- A Simple Technique for Diffusing Cryptoperiods -- Zero-knowledge protocols -- A General Zero-Knowledge Scheme -- Divertible Zero Knowledge Interactive Proofs and Commutative Random Self-Reducibility -- Verifiable Disclosure of Secrets and Applications (Abstract) -- Practical Zero-Knowledge Proofs: Giving Hints and Using Deficiencies -- An alternative to the Fiat-Shamir protocol -- Sorting out zero-knowledge -- Everything in NP can be argued in perfect zero-knowledge in a bounded number of rounds -- Zero-Knowledge Proofs of Computational Power -- More Efficient Match-Making and Satisfiability The Five Card Trick -- Applications -- A Single Chip 1024 Bits RSA Processor -- Cryptel - The Practical Protection of an Existing Electronic Mail System -- Technical Security: The Starting Point -- Security in Open Distributed Processing -- A European Call for Cryptographic Algorithms: Ripe; Race Integrity Primitives Evaluation -- Signature and untraceability -- Legal Requirements Facing New Signature Technology -- Online Cash Checks -- Efficient Offline Electronic Checks -- Unconditional Sender and Recipient Untraceability in Spite of Active Attacks -- Detection of Disrupters in the DC Protocol -- Cryptanalysis -- Random Mapping Statistics -- Factoring by electronic mail -- Cryptanalysis of Short RSA Secret Exponents -- How to Break the Direct RSA-Implementation of Mixes -- An Information-Theoretic Treatment of Homophonic Substitution -- Cryptanalysis of a Modified Rotor Machine -- Cryptanalysis of Video Encryption Based on Space-Filling Curves -- Impossibility and Optimality Results on Constructing Pseudorandom Permutations -- On the Security of Schnorr’s Pseudo Random Generator -- How easy is collision search? Application to DES -- Sharing and authentication schemes -- Prepositioned Shared Secret and/or Shared Control Schemes -- Some Ideal Secret Sharing Schemes -- Cartesian Authentication Schemes -- How to Say “No” -- Key Minimal Authentication Systems for Unconditional Secrecy -- Sequences -- Parallel Generation of Recurring Sequences -- Keystream Sequences with a Good Linear Complexity Profile for Every Starting Point -- On the Complexity of Pseudo-Random Sequences - or: If You Can Describe a Sequence It Can’t be Random -- Feedforward Functions Defined by de Bruijn Sequences -- Nonlinearity Criteria for Cryptographic Functions -- On the Linear Complexity of Feedback Registers -- Linear Complexity Profiles and Continued Fractions -- A Fast Correlation Attack on Nonlinearly Feedforward Filtered Shift-Register Sequences -- Algorithms -- On the Complexity and Efficiency of a New Key Exchange System -- A New Multiple Key Cipher and an Improved Voting Scheme -- Atkin’s Test: News from the Front -- Fast Generation of Secure RSA-Moduli with Almost Maximal Diversity -- Old problems -- Deciphering Bronze Age Scripts of Crete The Case of Linear A -- Rump Session (impromptu talks) -- Faster Primality Testing -- Private-Key Algebraic-Code Cryptosystems with High Information Rates -- Zero-knowledge procedures for confidential access to medical records -- Full Secure Key Exchange and Authentication with no Previously Shared Secrets -- Varying Feedback Shift Registers -- A Cryptanalysis of Stepk,m-Cascades -- Efficient Identification and Signatures for Smart Cards -- The Dining Cryptographers in the Disco: Unconditional Sender and Recipient Untraceability with Computationally Secure Serviceability -- Some Conditions on the Linear Complexity Profiles of Certain Binary Sequences -- On the Design of Permutation P in des Type Cryptosystems -- A Fast Elliptic Curve Cryptosystem
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Advances in Cryptology — EUROCRYPT ’89 : Workshop on the Theory and Application of Cryptographic Techniques Houthalen, Belgium, April 10–13, 1989 Proceedings, edited by Jean-Jacques Quisquater, Joos Vandewalle, (electronic resource)
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Contents
Public-key cryptosystems -- The Adolescence of Public-Key Cryptography -- A Secure Public-Key Authentication Scheme -- How to improve signature schemes -- A Generalization of El Gamal’s Public Key Cryptosystem -- An Identity-Based Key-Exchange Protocol -- How to Keep Authenticity Alive in a Computer Network -- The Use of Fractions in Public-Key Cryptosystems -- A Practical Protocol for Large Group Oriented Networks -- Theory -- Counting Functions Satisfying a Higher Order Strict Avalanche Criterion -- A Key Distribution System Based On Any One-Way Function -- Non-linearity of Exponent Permutations -- Informational Divergence Bounds for Authentication Codes -- 2n-Bit Hash-Functions Using n-Bit Symmetric Block Cipher Algorithms -- A Simple Technique for Diffusing Cryptoperiods -- Zero-knowledge protocols -- A General Zero-Knowledge Scheme -- Divertible Zero Knowledge Interactive Proofs and Commutative Random Self-Reducibility -- Verifiable Disclosure of Secrets and Applications (Abstract) -- Practical Zero-Knowledge Proofs: Giving Hints and Using Deficiencies -- An alternative to the Fiat-Shamir protocol -- Sorting out zero-knowledge -- Everything in NP can be argued in perfect zero-knowledge in a bounded number of rounds -- Zero-Knowledge Proofs of Computational Power -- More Efficient Match-Making and Satisfiability The Five Card Trick -- Applications -- A Single Chip 1024 Bits RSA Processor -- Cryptel - The Practical Protection of an Existing Electronic Mail System -- Technical Security: The Starting Point -- Security in Open Distributed Processing -- A European Call for Cryptographic Algorithms: Ripe; Race Integrity Primitives Evaluation -- Signature and untraceability -- Legal Requirements Facing New Signature Technology -- Online Cash Checks -- Efficient Offline Electronic Checks -- Unconditional Sender and Recipient Untraceability in Spite of Active Attacks -- Detection of Disrupters in the DC Protocol -- Cryptanalysis -- Random Mapping Statistics -- Factoring by electronic mail -- Cryptanalysis of Short RSA Secret Exponents -- How to Break the Direct RSA-Implementation of Mixes -- An Information-Theoretic Treatment of Homophonic Substitution -- Cryptanalysis of a Modified Rotor Machine -- Cryptanalysis of Video Encryption Based on Space-Filling Curves -- Impossibility and Optimality Results on Constructing Pseudorandom Permutations -- On the Security of Schnorr’s Pseudo Random Generator -- How easy is collision search? Application to DES -- Sharing and authentication schemes -- Prepositioned Shared Secret and/or Shared Control Schemes -- Some Ideal Secret Sharing Schemes -- Cartesian Authentication Schemes -- How to Say “No” -- Key Minimal Authentication Systems for Unconditional Secrecy -- Sequences -- Parallel Generation of Recurring Sequences -- Keystream Sequences with a Good Linear Complexity Profile for Every Starting Point -- On the Complexity of Pseudo-Random Sequences - or: If You Can Describe a Sequence It Can’t be Random -- Feedforward Functions Defined by de Bruijn Sequences -- Nonlinearity Criteria for Cryptographic Functions -- On the Linear Complexity of Feedback Registers -- Linear Complexity Profiles and Continued Fractions -- A Fast Correlation Attack on Nonlinearly Feedforward Filtered Shift-Register Sequences -- Algorithms -- On the Complexity and Efficiency of a New Key Exchange System -- A New Multiple Key Cipher and an Improved Voting Scheme -- Atkin’s Test: News from the Front -- Fast Generation of Secure RSA-Moduli with Almost Maximal Diversity -- Old problems -- Deciphering Bronze Age Scripts of Crete The Case of Linear A -- Rump Session (impromptu talks) -- Faster Primality Testing -- Private-Key Algebraic-Code Cryptosystems with High Information Rates -- Zero-knowledge procedures for confidential access to medical records -- Full Secure Key Exchange and Authentication with no Previously Shared Secrets -- Varying Feedback Shift Registers -- A Cryptanalysis of Stepk,m-Cascades -- Efficient Identification and Signatures for Smart Cards -- The Dining Cryptographers in the Disco: Unconditional Sender and Recipient Untraceability with Computationally Secure Serviceability -- Some Conditions on the Linear Complexity Profiles of Certain Binary Sequences -- On the Design of Permutation P in des Type Cryptosystems -- A Fast Elliptic Curve Cryptosystem
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XIV, 542 p.
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multiple file formats
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9783540468851
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