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By Man Ho Au, Joseph K. Liu, Tsz Hon Yuen, Duncan S. Wong (auth.), Hiroshi Yoshiura, Kouichi Sakurai, Kai Rannenberg, Yuko Murayama, Shinichi Kawamura (eds.)

ItwasourpleasuretoholdtheInternationalWorkshoponSecurity2006(IWSEC 2006) this 12 months in Kyoto and to submit the lawsuits as a quantity of the Lecture Notes in desktop technology sequence. The workshop used to be our ?rst trial in that significant educational society teams on protection in Japan, viz. ISEC and CSEC, together prepared it; ISEC is a te- nical workforce on info safeguard of the Institute of Electronics, info and communique Engineers (IEICE), and CSEC is a unique curiosity team on laptop defense of the knowledge Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ). It used to be Ryoichi Sasaki, the previous head of CSEC, who proposed preserving such a global workshop in Japan for the ?rst time, years in the past. the 2 teams supported his suggestion and began organizing the workshop. CSEC has its annual household symposium, the pc safeguard Symposium (CSS), in - tober for 3 days, and we made up our minds to arrange the workshop sooner than CSS this 12 months. The preliminary goal of the workshop was once basically to supply younger researchers with the chance to give their paintings in English. notwithstanding, because of extra submissions than we had expected, the standard of the authorised papers turned much better than we had anticipated. Theconferencereceived147submissions,outofwhichtheprogramcommittee chosen 30 for presentation. those lawsuits include the ?nal types of the authorised papers, which the authors ?nalized at the foundation of reviews from the reviewers. considering those revisions weren't topic to editorial assessment, the authors undergo complete accountability for the contents in their papers.

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HT , w), the current time interval j, the signer’s secret gsk[i] = (Ai , xi ) and a signed message M ∈ {0, 1}∗. We assume that M includes the time interval j in order to bind the signature to the interval. The algorithm is as follows: 1. Pick a random nonce r ∈R Zp . Compute f = H0 (gpk, M, r) ∈ G2 . Then, ˆ j = ψ(hj ). compute fˆ = ψ(f ), and h 2. Select randoms α, β ∈R Zp∗ . ˆβ. 3. Compute T1 = Ai g˜α , T2 = fˆβ+xi , T3 = h j 4. Set ζ = αxi . Then, compute V = SP K{(α, β, xi , ζ) : ∧ e(T1 , w)/e(g1 , g2 ) = e(˜ g , g2 )ζ e(˜ g, w)α /e(T1 , g2 )xi ˆ β }(M ).

Key ∪ Nonce ∪ Enc ∪ Hash ∪ Box, is denoted by RanMsg. The closure of a set U of messages is the set of all messages that can be constructed from U using tupling, detupling, and decryption. It represents the information an adversary could deduce knowing U . 2 (Closure). Let U be a set of messages. The closure of U , denoted by U , is the smallest set of messages satisfying: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Const ⊆ U ; U ⊆ U; m, m ∈ U =⇒ m, m ∈ U ; {|m|}rk , k ∈ U =⇒ m ∈ U ; m, m ∈ U =⇒ m, m ∈ U . For the singleton set {m}, we write m instead of {m}.

6. We also need a way of pre-specifying some of the random choices to be made when interpreting a message.

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