Information and Communications Security [electronic resource] :Third International Conference, ICICS 2001 Xian, China, November 13–16, 2001 Proceedings /
Contributor(s): Qing, Sihan [editor.] | Okamoto, Tatsuaki [editor.] | Zhou, Jianying [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).Material type: BookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 2229Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2001.Description: XIV, 510 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540456001.Subject(s): Computer science | Information technology | Business -- Data processing | Computer communication systems | Operating systems (Computers) | Data encryption (Computer science) | Algorithms | Management information systems | Computer Science | Data Encryption | Computer Communication Networks | Operating Systems | Algorithm Analysis and Problem Complexity | Management of Computing and Information Systems | IT in BusinessOnline resources: Click here to access online
Security of Blind Discrete Log Signatures against Interactive Attacks -- An Intelligent Intruder Model for Security Protocol Analysis -- Primitive Polynomials over GF(2) — A Cryptologic Approach -- Unconditionally-Secure Oblivious Transfer -- Cryptanalysis of the Improved User Efficient Blind Signatures -- Towards the Forgery of a Group Signature without Knowing the Group Center's Secret -- Evaluation of the Image Degradation for a Typical Watermarking Algorithm in the Block-DCT Domain -- A Cyclic Window Algorithm for ECC Defined over Extension Fields -- Fast Scalar Multiplication on the Jacobian of a Family of Hyperelliptic Curves -- Attacks on Two Digital Signature Schemes Based on Error Correcting Codes -- A Derivative of Digital Objects and Estimation of Default Risks in Electronic Commerce -- A New Approach for Secure Multicast Routing in a Large Scale Network -- A Transaction Length-Sensitive Protocol Based on Altruistic Locking for Multilevel Secure Database Systems -- Dealing with Uncertainties in Risk Analysis Using Belief Functions -- RBAC for XML Document Stores -- Cheating Immune Secret Sharing -- Encryption Sticks (Randomats) -- Applying NCP Logic to the Analysis of SSL 3.0 -- Performance of WTLS and Its Impact on an M-commerce Transaction -- Enforcing Obligation with Security Monitors -- Efficient Software Implementation for Finite Field Multiplication in Normal Basis -- Playing Lottery on the Internet -- Privacy Protection for Transactions of Digital Goods -- Equivalent Characterizations and Applications of Multi-output Correlation-Immune Boolean Functions -- Threshold Undeniable RSA Signature Scheme -- Two Simple Batch Verifying Multiple Digital Signatures -- Square Attack on Reduced Camellia Cipher -- Generalization of Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Schemes -- Reasoning about Accountability within Delegation -- A Novel Data Hiding Method for Two-Color Images -- An Identification Scheme Provably Secure against Reset Attack -- Estimating the Scalability of the Internet Key Exchange -- An Efficient Information Flow Analysis of Recursive Programs Based on a Lattice Model of Security Classes -- Defeating Denial-of-Service Attacks on the Internet -- A Role-Based Access Control Model and Implementation for Data-Centric Enterprise Applications -- A Unified Methodology for Verification and Synthesis of Firewall Configurations -- Quantifying Network Denial of Service: A Location Service Case Study -- A Public Key Cryptosystem Based on the Subgroup Membership Problem -- On a Network Security Model for the Secure Information Flow on Multilevel Secure Network -- NIDS Research Based on Artificial Immunology -- AMBAR Protocol: Access Management Based on Authorization Reduction -- Chinese Remainder Theorem Based Hierarchical Access Control for Secure Group Communication -- Dispatching Mobile Agents with Secure Routes in Parallel -- TH-SMS: Security Management System in Advanced Computational Infrastructure -- Cryptography and Middleware Security -- Cryptanalysis of the Hwang-Rao Secret Error-Correcting Code Schemes -- A Role-Based Model for Access Control in Database Federations -- A Useful Intrusion Detection System Prototype to Monitor Multi-processes Based on System Calls -- A Digital Nominative Proxy Signature Scheme for Mobile Communication -- Hierarchical Simulation Model with Animation for Large Network Security -- Fair Electronic Cash Based on a Group Signature Scheme -- Fair Exchange of Digital Signatures with Offline Trusted Third Party -- SECUSIM: A Tool for the Cyber-Attack Simulation -- A New Semantics of Authentication Logic -- Robust and Fragile Watermarking Techniques for Documents Using Bi-directional Diagonal Profiles -- Redundancy, Obscurity, Self-Containment & Independence.
ICICS 2001, the Third International Conference on Information and Commu- cations Security, was held in Xi’an, China, 13-16 November 2001. Among the preceding conferences, ICICS’97 was held in Beijing, China, 11-14 November 1997 and ICICS’99 in Sydney, Australia, 9-11 November 1999. The ICICS’97 and ICICS’99 proceedings were released as volumes 1334 and 1726 of Springer- Verlag’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science series. ICICS 2001 was sponsored by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), the - tional Natural Science Foundation of China, and the China Computer Fe- ration. The conference was organized by the Engineering Research Center for Information Security Technology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (ERCIST, CAS) in co-operation with the International Association for Cryptologic Re- arch (IACR), the International Communications and Information Security - sociation (ICISA), and the Asiacrypt Steering Committee. The format of ICICS 2001 was selected to cover the complete spectrum of - formation and communications security, and to promote participant interaction. The sessions were designed to promote interaction between the major topics of the conference: theoretical foundations of security, secret sharing, network - curity, authentication and identi?cation, boolean functions and stream ciphers, security evaluation, signatures, block ciphers and public-key systems, infor- tion hiding, protocols and their analysis, and cryptanalysis. The 29-member Program Committee considered 134 submissions from 23 di- rent countries and regions, among them 56 papers were accepted for presentation.