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SP
2008
IEEE
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13 years 4 months ago
Zero-Knowledge in the Applied Pi-calculus and Automated Verification of the Direct Anonymous Attestation Protocol
e an abstraction of zero-knowledge protocols that is le to a fully mechanized analysis. The abstraction is formalized within the applied pi-calculus using a novel equational theor...
Michael Backes, Matteo Maffei, Dominique Unruh
CSFW
2007
IEEE
14 years 19 days ago
Computationally Sound Mechanized Proofs of Correspondence Assertions
We present a new mechanized prover for showing correspondence assertions for cryptographic protocols in the computational model. Correspondence assertions are useful in particular...
Bruno Blanchet
POPL
2009
ACM
14 years 7 months ago
Formal certification of code-based cryptographic proofs
As cryptographic proofs have become essentially unverifiable, cryptographers have argued in favor of developing techniques that help tame the complexity of their proofs. Game-base...
Benjamin Grégoire, Gilles Barthe, Santiago ...
SOUPS
2009
ACM
14 years 24 days ago
Games for extracting randomness
Randomness is a necessary ingredient in various computational tasks and especially in Cryptography, yet many existing mechanisms for obtaining randomness suffer from numerous pro...
Ran Halprin, Moni Naor
SP
1998
IEEE
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13 years 10 months ago
Strand Spaces: Why is a Security Protocol Correct?
A strand is a sequence of events; it represents either the execution of legitimate party in a security protocol or else a sequence of actions by a penetrator. A strand space is a ...
F. Javier Thayer, Jonathan C. Herzog, Joshua D. Gu...