Advances in Information and Computer Security: 6th by Minoru Kuribayashi (auth.), Tetsu Iwata, Masakatsu Nishigaki

By Minoru Kuribayashi (auth.), Tetsu Iwata, Masakatsu Nishigaki (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the sixth overseas Workshop on defense, IWSEC 2011, held in Tokyo, Japan, in November 2011. The 14 revised complete papers offered during this quantity have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from forty five submissions. They tackle all present concerns in info and computing device safeguard reminiscent of foundations of protection, defense in networks and ubiquitous computing structures, and protection in actual lifestyles purposes. The papers are geared up in topical sections on software program safety and reliability; cryptographic protocol; pairing and id dependent signature; malware detection; mathematical and symmetric cryptography; public key encryption.

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The DH-like AKE protocols that do not utilize the NAXOS technique are secure even when the discrete logarithm of the ephemeral public key is revealed. Several two-pass eCK-secure AKE protocols that do not use the NAXOS technique have been proposed [24,21,12,17,23,10] and there are subtle differences in their efficiency levels. 1 Background Many eCK-secure AKE protocols have been proposed based on the DH protocol. These AKE protocols are roughly classified from the following viewpoints: (1) whether or not the NAXOS technique is used, (2) security is proven in the ROM or in the standard model, and (3) the security is based on the CDH assumption, the DDH assumption, and the GDH assumption.

2 Rescue Point Discovery ASSURE described a mechanism to automatically discover possible RPs and select the best fit to deploy in terms of survivability after an error occurs. Briefly, the procedure starts by profiling the application before it is deployed to discover all possible RPs. This is achieved by monitoring the values returned by the application’s functions, as it is provided with fuzzed and faulty inputs. Later, when it is deployed and running normally, ASSURE takes periodic checkpoints of the application state and maintains an execution log that includes network traffic by running the application within Zap.

We address such concurrency issues by introducing blocking RPs that block other threads for their duration. REASSURE provides two modes of operation to accommodate blocking RPs. The first caters to applications that expect a very high rate of faults, while the second offers faster operation as long as the rate of faults is reasonable (evaluated in Sect. 3). Always-on blocking mode operates by conditionally instrumenting every block of instructions with an analysis routine that blocks the executing thread when a certain flag, which is asserted by the blocking-RP upon entry, is set.

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