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SEC
2008
10 years 4 months ago
An Operation-Based Metric for CPA Resistance
Differential power analysis (DPA) is a strong attack upon cryptographic devices such as smartcards. Correlation power analysis (CPA) is a specific form of DPA where the Hamming-wei...
Jing Pan, J. I. den Hartog, Erik P. de Vink
SEC
2008
10 years 4 months ago
Robbing Banks with Their Own Software-an Exploit Against Norwegian Online Banks
Abstract The banking industry in Norway has developed a new security infrastructure for conducting commerce on the Internet. The initiative, called BankID, aims to become a nationa...
Yngve Espelid, Lars-Helge Netland, André N....
SEC
2008
10 years 4 months ago
Minimizing SSO Effort in Verifying SSL Anti-phishing Indicators
In an on-line transaction, a user sends her personal sensitive data (e.g., password) to a server for authentication. This process is known as Single Sign-On (SSO). Subject to phish...
Yongdong Wu, Haixia Yao, Feng Bao
SEC
2008
10 years 4 months ago
HoneyID : Unveiling Hidden Spywares by Generating Bogus Events
A particular type of spyware which uses the user's events covertly, such as keyloggers and password stealers, has become a big threat to Internet users. Due to the prevalence ...
Jeheon Han, Jonghoon Kwon, Heejo Lee
SEC
2008
10 years 4 months ago
ASTRA : A Security Analysis Method Based on Asset Tracking
ASTRA is a security analysis method based on the systematic collection and analysis of security relevant information to detect inconsistencies and assess residual risks. ASTRA can ...
Daniel Le Métayer, Claire Loiseaux
SEC
2008
10 years 4 months ago
Realizing Stateful Public Key Encryption in Wireless Sensor Network
In this paper, we present our implementation of a stateful public key encryption (stateful PKE) scheme in the wireless sensor network (WSN) environment. In order to reduce the com...
Joonsang Baek, Han Chiang Tan, Jianying Zhou, Jun ...
SEC
2008
10 years 4 months ago
Hiding in Groups: On the Expressiveness of Privacy Distributions
Many applications inherently disclose information because perfect privacy protection is prohibitively expensive. RFID tags, for example, cannot be equipped with the cryptographic p...
Karsten Nohl, David Evans
SEC
2008
10 years 4 months ago
Detecting More SIP Attacks on VoIP Services by Combining Rule Matching and State Transition Models
The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) has been used widely for Voice over IP (VoIP) service because of its potential advantages, economical efficiency and call setup simplicity. Ho...
Dongwon Seo, Heejo Lee, Ejovi Nuwere
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