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By Michael Reiter, David Naccache

This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the 14th foreign convention on Cryptology and community defense, CANS 2015, held in Marrakesh, Morocco, in December 2015.

The 12 complete papers awarded including 6 brief papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a variety of submissions. The papers conceal themes of curiosity corresponding to web of items and privateness; password-based authentication; assaults and malicious code; defense modeling and verification; safe multi-party computation; and cryptography and VPNs.

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The setup of a tag generates a unique pre-shared secret key kP SK for the tag, which is shared between the tag and the backend. The protocol follows the notion of a tag-initiated challenge-response protocol to be compatible with the IPsec’s IKEv2 protocol. Each tag contains the backend’s public key KB (the static DH parameter), which ensures that only the genuine backend (in possession of kB ) can decrypt the received data. ) := EnckaeT (IDi = TID, AUTH = a, SAi2 , TSi , TSr ) {T ID|a| . . ) := EnckaeB (IDr = BID, AUTH = a’, SAr2 , TSi , TSr ) {BID|a | .

1 Finally, we compare the performance to proprietary protocols. 2 Internet Security Protocols There are two predominant technologies to secure the communication over the Internet, namely the Transport Layer Security protocol (TLS) [7] and the Internet Protocol Security protocol suite (IPsec) [13]. While TLS is integrated in the Transport Layer of the OSI protocol stack and is therefore visible for applications, IPsec has the advantage of being transparent for application-layer protocols. Consequently, IPsec is closer to the physical layer, which has the advantage of less overhead in terms of additional headers added by upper-layer protocols.

RFC 6347 (Proposed Standard), January 2012 18. : On privacy models for RFID. In: Kurosawa, K. ) ASIACRYPT 2007. LNCS, vol. 4833, pp. 68–87. Springer, Heidelberg (2007) Password-Based Authentication Security of Linear Secret-Sharing Schemes Against Mass Surveillance Irene Giacomelli1(B) , Ruxandra F. dk 2 Department of Computer Science, University of Bucharest, Romania and Applied Cryptography Group, Orange, Bucharest, Romania Abstract. Following the line of work presented recently by Bellare, Paterson and Rogaway, we formalize and investigate the resistance of linear secret-sharing schemes to mass surveillance.

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