Advances in Information and Computer Security Second International Workshop on Security, IWSEC 2007, Nara, Japan, October 29-31, 2007, Proceedings

The International Workshop on Security (IWSEC 2007) was the second in the annualseriesthat startedin 2006.IWSEC 2007washeld at the New Public Hall in Nara, Japan, during October 29–31, 2007. This year there were 112 paper submissions, and from these 30 papers were accepted. Accepted papers came from...

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Other Authors: Kikuchi, Hiroaki (Editor), Rannenberg, Kai (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2007, 2007
Edition:1st ed. 2007
Series:Security and Cryptology
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505 0 |a Secure and Private Incentive-Based Advertisement Dissemination in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks -- Verifiable Internet Voting Solving Secure Platform Problem -- Enforcement of Integrated Security Policy in Trusted Operating Systems -- Salvia: A Privacy-Aware Operating System for Prevention of Data Leakage -- InfoCage: A Development and Evaluation of Confidential File Lifetime Monitoring Technology by Analyzing Events from File Systems and GUIs -- Public-Key Cryptography (2) -- Accredited Symmetrically Private Information Retrieval -- Generic Certificateless Encryption in the Standard Model -- On Security Models and Compilers for Group Key Exchange Protocols -- Processing Multi-parameter Attacktrees with Estimated Parameter Values -- Practical Security Analysis of E-Voting Systems -- Fine-Grained Sticky Provenance Architecture for Office Documents -- Secure Anonymous Communications withPractical Anonymity Revocation Scheme -- GAS: Overloading a File Sharing Network as an Anonymizing System --  
505 0 |a A Composite Privacy Protection Model -- Nominative Signature from Ring Signature -- Anonymous Authentication Protocols with Credit-Based Chargeability and Fair Privacy for Mobile Communications -- How to Find Many Collisions of 3-Pass HAVAL -- A Secure Threshold Anonymous Password-Authenticated Key Exchange Protocol 
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520 |a The International Workshop on Security (IWSEC 2007) was the second in the annualseriesthat startedin 2006.IWSEC 2007washeld at the New Public Hall in Nara, Japan, during October 29–31, 2007. This year there were 112 paper submissions, and from these 30 papers were accepted. Accepted papers came from 27 di?erent countries, with the largest proportion coming from Japan (12). Estonia, China, Korea, Spain, Taiwan and the USA contributed 2 papers each and Canada, Germany, Greece, Poland, Turkeyand Vietnam contributed 1 paper each. We would liketo thank all of the authors who submitted papers to IWSEC 2007. The contributed papers were supplemented by one invited talk from the - inent researcher Prof. Doug Tygar (UC Berkeley) in information security. We were fortunate to have an energetic team of experts who formed the Program Committee. Their names may be found overleaf, and we are sincerely grateful for all their great e?orts. This team was supported by an even larger number of individuals who reviewedpapers in their particularareasof expertise. A list of these names is also provided; we hope it is complete