Public Key Cryptography [electronic resource] : Third International Workshop on Practice and Theory in Public Key Cryptosystems, PKC 2000, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, January 18-20, 2000. Proceedings / edited by Hideki Imai, Yuliang Zheng.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 1751Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2000Description: XIV, 490 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540465881Subject(s): Computer science | Computer Communication Networks | Operating systems (Computers) | Data encryption (Computer science) | Computer software | Information Systems | Computer Science | Data Encryption | Algorithm Analysis and Problem Complexity | Operating Systems | Computer Communication Networks | Management of Computing and Information SystemsAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 005.82 LOC classification: QA76.9.A25Online resources: Click here to access online
A Practical and Secure Fault-Tolerant Conference-Key Agreement Protocol -- An Efficient NICE-Schnorr-Type Signature Scheme -- Identification of Bad Signatures in Batches -- Some Remarks on a Fair Exchange Protocol -- Gaudry’s Variant against C ab Curves -- An Identification Scheme Based on Sparse Polynomials -- A State-Based Model for Certificate Management Systems -- Confidence Valuation in a Public-Key Infrastructure Based on Uncertain Evidence -- The Composite Discrete Logarithm and Secure Authentication -- Chosen-Ciphertext Security for Any One-Way Cryptosystem -- Short Proofs of Knowledge for Factoring -- Secure and Practical Tree-Structure Signature Schemes Based on Discrete Logarithms -- All-or-Nothing Transform and Remotely Keyed Encryption Protocols -- Security of Public Key Certificate Based Authentication Protocols -- Efficient Implementation of Schoof’s Algorithm in Case of Characteristic 2 -- Key Recovery in Third Generation Wireless Communication Systems -- Elliptic Curves with the Montgomery-Form and Their Cryptographic Applications -- Certificates of Recoverability with Scalable Recovery Agent Security -- Design Validations for Discrete Logarithm Based Signature Schemes -- Optimally Efficient Accountable Time-Stamping -- “Pseudorandom Intermixing”: A Tool for Shared Cryptography -- RSA-Based Auto-recoverable Cryptosystems -- Efficient and Fresh Certification -- Efficient Zero-Knowledge Proofs of Knowledge without Intractability Assumptions -- Cryptographic Approaches to Privacy in Forensic DNA Databases -- Making Hash Functions from Block Ciphers Secure and Efficient by Using Convolutional Codes -- Fast Implementation of Elliptic Curve Arithmetic in GF(p n ) -- An Auction Protocol Which Hides Bids of Losers -- Forward Secrecy and Its Application to Future Mobile Communications Security -- Selecting Cryptographic Key Sizes -- A Structured ElGamal-Type Multisignature Scheme.
ThePKC2000conferencewasheldattheMelbourneExhibitionCentre,Victoria, Australia, January 18-20, 2000. It was the third conference in the international workshop series dedicated to practice and theory in public key cryptography. The program committee of the conference received 70 full submissions from around the world, of which 31 were selected for presentation. All submissions were reviewed by experts in the relevant areas. The program committee consisted of 19 experts in cryptography and data se- rity drawn from the international research community, these being Chin-Chen Chang (National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan), Claude Cr´ epeau (McGill University, Canada), Ed Dawson (Queensland University of Technology, A- tralia), Yvo Desmedt (Florida State University, USA), Hideki Imai (Co-chair, UniversityofTokyo,Japan),MarkusJakobsson(BellLabs,USA),KwangjoKim (Information and Communications University, Korea), Arjen Lenstra (Citibank, USA),TsutomuMatsumoto(YokohamaNationalUniversity,Japan),DavidN- cache (Gemplus, France), Eiji Okamoto (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA),TatsuakiOkamoto(NTTLabs,Japan),JosefPieprzyk(UniversityofW- longong, Australia), Jean-Jacques Quisquater (Universit´ e Catholique de L- vain, Belgium), Nigel Smart (HP Labs Bristol, UK), Vijay Varadharajan (U- versity of Western Sydney, Australia), Serge Vaudenay (Ecole Polytechnique F´ ed´ erale de Lausanne, Switzerland), Moti Yung (CertCo, USA), and Yuliang Zheng (Co-chair, Monash University, Australia). Members of the committee spent numerous hours in reviewing the submissions and providing advice and comments on the selection of papers.