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19:17 [Pub][ePrint] Public Key Exchange Using Matrices Over Group Rings, by Delaram Kahrobaei and Charalambos Koupparis and Vladimir Shpilrain

  We offer a public key exchange protocol in the spirit of Diffie-Hellman, but we use (small) matrices over a group ring of a (small) symmetric group as the platform. This ``nested structure\" of the platform makes computation very efficient for legitimate parties. We discuss security of this scheme by addressing the Decision Diffie-Hellman (DDH) and Computational Diffie-Hellman (CDH) problems for our platform.

19:17 [Pub][ePrint] A Conditional Proxy Broadcast Re-Encryption Scheme Supporting Timed-Release, by Kaitai Liang and Qiong Huang and Roman Schlegel and Duncan S. Wong and Chunming Tang

  To allow a delegator not only to delegate the keyword-controlled decryption rights of a broadcast encryption to a set of specified recipients, but also to control when the decryption rights will be delegated, in this paper, for the first time, we introduce a new notion called timed-release conditional proxy broadcast re-encryption (TR-CPBRE). We also propose a concrete construction for TR-CPBRE which can be proven selective identity adaptive CCA secure under the (P,Q,f)-GDDHE assumption, and chosen-time period chosen-ciphertext secure under the BDH assumption. When compared with the existing CPBRE and TR-PRE schemes, our scheme achieves better efficiency, and enables the delegator to make a fine-grained delegation of decryption rights to multiple delegatees.

19:17 [Pub][ePrint] The Algorithm of AAES, by Shiyong Zhang and Gongliang Chen and Lei Fan

  The Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) was specified in 2001 by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. This paper expand the method and make it possible to realize a new AES-like algorithm that has 256 bits fixed block size, which is named AAES algorithm. And we use Verilog to simulate the arithmetic and use Lattice Diamond to simulate the hardware property and action. We get the conclusion that the algorithm can be easily used on indestury and it is more robustness and safety than AES. And they are on the same order of magnitude in hardware implementation.

19:17 [Pub][ePrint] On r-th Root Extraction Algorithm in F_q For q=lr^s+1 (mod r^(s+1)) with 0 < l < r and Small s, by Namhun Koo and Gook Hwa Cho and Soonhak Kwon

  We present an r-th root extraction algorithm over a finite field

F_q. Our algorithm precomputes a primitive r^s-th root of unity where s is the largest positive integer satisfying r^s| q-1, and is applicable for the cases when s is small. The proposed algorithm requires one exponentiation for the r-th root computation and is favorably compared to the existing algorithms.

06:57 [Event][New] Central European Conference on Cryptology 2013

  Submission: 15 April 2013
Notification: 29 April 2013
From June 26 to June 28
Location: Telc, Czech Republic
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06:56 [Event][New] ECC 2013: 17th Workshop on Elliptic Curve Cryptography

  From September 16 to September 18
Location: Leuven, Belgium
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16:56 [Event][New] SPE2013: IEEE 2013 Third International Workshop on Security and Privacy Engineering

  Submission: 15 March 2013
Notification: 4 April 2013
From June 27 to July 2
Location: Santa Clara, CA, USA
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16:55 [Event][New] VizSec 2013: 10th International Symposium on Visualization for Cyber Security

  Submission: 8 July 2013
Notification: 16 August 2013
From October 14 to October 14
Location: Atlanta, GA, United States
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18:32 [Job][New] Post-Doc, Aalto University School of Science, Helsinki, Finland

  The cryptography group at Aalto University School of Science is specialized in statistical cryptanalysis of symmetric-key cryptographic primitives as well as implementation efficiency and security of both asymmetric-key and symmetric-key primitives. Also mathematical structures that provide resistance against such attacks belong to the groupĀ“s interest areas. In the current call we look for researchers who have PhD degree and background in the areas mentioned above.

18:00 [Event][New] SIN'13: The 6th Intl Conf on Security of Information and Networks

  Submission: 30 June 2013
Notification: 10 August 2013
From November 26 to November 28
Location: Aksaray, Turkey
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20:47 [Event][New] Keccak & SHA-3 Day

  From March 27 to March 27
Location: Brussels, Belgium
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