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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Security, IWSEC 2009, held in Toyama, Japan, in October 2009.
The 13 revised full papers presented together with 1 invited talk were carefully reviewed and selected from 46 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on block cipher, cryptographic protocols, contents protection and intrusion detection, as well as authentication.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »authentication - behavior modeling - certification - computer security - cryptanalysis - cryptographic protocols - data security - digital fingerprint - digital rights management - digital signatures - group signature - ide - identity-based cryptography - information - security
Invited Talk.- The Future of Cryptographic Algorithms.- Block Cipher.- Bit-Free Collision: Application to APOP Attack.- Impossible Boomerang Attack for Block Cipher Structures.- Improved Distinguishing Attacks on HC-256.- Cryptographic Protocols.- A Generic Construction of Timed-Release Encryption with Pre-open Capability.- An Efficient Identity-Based Signcryption Scheme for Multiple Receivers.- Universal Designated Verifier Signatures with Threshold-Signers.- Reducing Complexity Assumptions for Oblivious Transfer.- Protection and Intrusion Detection.- Tamper-Tolerant Software: Modeling and Implementation.- An Error-Tolerant Variant of a Short 2-Secure Fingerprint Code and Its Security Evaluation.- Efficient Intrusion Detection Based on Static Analysis and Stack Walks.- Authentication.- Strongly Secure Authenticated Key Exchange without NAXOS’ Approach.- ID-Based Group Password-Authenticated Key Exchange.- A Proposal of Efficient Remote Biometric Authentication Protocol.