Information Security Theory and Practice. Security of Mobile by Kun Peng, Matt Henricksen (auth.), Lorenzo Cavallaro, Dieter

By Kun Peng, Matt Henricksen (auth.), Lorenzo Cavallaro, Dieter Gollmann (eds.)

This quantity constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the seventh IFIP WG 11.2 overseas Workshop on details safety conception and Practices: protection and privateness of cellular units in instant verbal exchange, WISTP 2013, held in Heraklion, Crete, Greece, in may possibly 2013. The nine revised complete papers provided including keynote speeches have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 19 submissions. The scope of the workshop spans the theoretical elements of cryptography and cryptanalysis, cellular protection, clever playing cards and embedded devices.

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ECC operations are based on the sliding window method which provides more optimised characteristics in comparison to other methods. 40 P. Ilia, G. Oikonomou, and T. Tryfonas In order to implement the Diffie Hellman algorithm over elliptic curves, each node creates an ephemeral private key as a random 128-bit number. By multiplying the private key with the elliptic curve’s base point, we compute the node’s public key. For the establishment of a shared secret key between two parties, each party multiplies its own private key with the public key received by the node it is negotiating with.

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6 RSS Scheme PSPdM12 [24] on Smart Card This scheme involves the smart card for the algorithms Setup and Sign, illustrated in Fig. 3. We use the smart card to obtain the blinding primes of the modulus described in Sect. 5, needed by Setup. To compute these primes on card, we Malleable Signatures for Resource Constrained Platforms Host Host SC Sign 29 SC Setup a 1λ SSign (skS , a) σa SKGen (1λ ) n Fig. 3. PSPdM12: Data flow between smart card and host for Sign and Setup generate standard RSA parameters (N, e, d) with N being of 2048 Bit length, but store only N on card and discard the exponents.

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