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IJNSEC
2008
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A Zero-knowledge Undeniable Signature Scheme in Non-abelian Group Setting
Recently non-abelian groups have attracted the attention of cryptographers for constructing public-key cryptographic protocols. In this paper we use the conjugacy problem in non-a...
Tony Thomas, Arbind K. Lal
IJNSEC
2006
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Traffic Filtering and Routing in Partially-Hidden Networks
Suppose that an organization O wants to do the following: to reveal only part of its network map; to filter unwanted traffic passing through its network; and to route, to the righ...
Deholo Nali, Ali Miri, Carlisle M. Adams
IJNSEC
2006
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An Identity-based Mediated Signature Scheme from Bilinear Pairing
It has always been a critical issue to find efficient methods for fast revocation of a user's identity in identity (ID)based cryptosystems. Unfortunately, none of the previou...
Xiangguo Cheng, Lifeng Guo, Xinmei Wang
IJNSEC
2006
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Expansion of Sliding Window Method for Finding Shorter Addition/Subtraction-Chains
Finding a shorter addition/subtraction-chain for an integer is an important problem for many cryptographic systems based on number theory. Especially, execution time of multiplica...
Younho Lee, Heeyoul Kim, Seong-Min Hong, Hyunsoo Y...
IJNSEC
2006
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A Directed Signature Scheme Based on RSA Assumption
A directed signature scheme allows a designated verifier to directly verify a signature issued to him, and a third party to check the signature validity with the help of the signe...
Rongxing Lu, Zhenfu Cao
IJNSEC
2006
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Active Trial-and-error Attack on SASC Protocols
SASC (Server-Aided Secret Computation) protocols enable a client (a smart card) to borrow computing power from a server (e.g., an untrustworthy auxiliary device like an ATM) witho...
Heeyoul Kim, Younho Lee, Seong-Min Hong, Hyunsoo Y...
IJNSEC
2006
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3G and WLAN Interworking Security: Current Status and Key
The third-generation (3G) mobile communication systems provide great coverage, complete subscriber management and nearly universal roaming. Nevertheless, 3G systems are subject to...
Chou Chen Yang, Kuan-Hao Chu, Ya-Wen Yang
IJNSEC
2006
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Towards a Secure Copyright Protection Infrastructure for e-Education Material: Principles Learned from Experience
Copyright of e-Education material is valuable. The need for protecting it is prominent. In the past two years, we have developed an infrastructure called e-Course eXchange (eCX ) ...
Joe Cho-Ki Yau, Lucas Chi Kwong Hui, Siu-Ming Yiu,...
IJNSEC
2006
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A Memory Symptom-based Virus Detection Approach
The widespread use of the Internet has caused computer security to become an important issue. Currently, antivirus software is the primary mechanism that prevents computers from t...
Hsien-Chou Liao, Yi-Hsiang Wang
IJNSEC
2006
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Mitigation of Insider Risks using Distributed Agent Detection, Filtering, and Signaling
An insider-robust approach to file integrity verification is developed using interacting strata of mobile agents. Previous approaches relied upon monolithic architectures, or more...
Adam J. Rocke, Ronald F. DeMara
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