Book Volume 740 1993

Advances in Cryptology — CRYPTO’ 92

12th Annual International Cryptology Conference Santa Barbara, California, USA August 16–20, 1992 Proceedings


ISBN: 978-3-540-57340-1 (Print) 978-3-540-48071-6 (Online)

Table of contents (43 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-X

  2. Digital Signatures and Identification I

    1. Chapter

      Pages 1-14

      Provably Unforgeable Signatures

    2. Chapter

      Pages 15-30

      New Constructions of Fail-Stop Signatures and Lower Bounds

    3. Chapter

      Pages 31-53

      Provably Secure and Practical Identification Schemes and Corresponding Signature Schemes

    4. Chapter

      Pages 54-65

      An Efficient Digital Signature Scheme Based on an Elliptic Curve over the Ring Z n

  3. The Digital Signature Standard

    1. Chapter

      Pages 66-75

      Designing and Detecting Trapdoors for Discrete Log Cryptosystems

    2. Chapter

      Pages 76-88

      Response to Comments on the NIST Proposed Digital Signature Standard

  4. Applications and New Problems

    1. Chapter

      Pages 89-105

      Wallet Databases with Observers

    2. Chapter

      Pages 106-112

      Making Electronic Refunds Safer

    3. Chapter

      Pages 113-138

      Fair Public-Key Cryptosystems

    4. Chapter

      Pages 139-147

      Pricing via Processing or Combatting Junk Mail

  5. Secret Sharing I

    1. Chapter

      Pages 148-167

      On the Information Rate of Secret Sharing Schemes

    2. Chapter

      Pages 168-182

      New General Lower Bounds on the Information Rate of Secret Sharing Schemes

    3. Chapter

      Pages 183-195

      Universally Ideal Secret Sharing Schemes

  6. Theory I

    1. Chapter

      Pages 196-214

      Perfect Zero-Knowledge Arguments for NP Can Be Based on General Complexity Assumptions

    2. Chapter

      Pages 215-227

      Low communication 2-prover zero-knowledge proofs for NP

    3. Chapter

      Pages 228-245

      Invariant Signatures and Non-Interactive Zero-Knowledge Proofs are Equivalent

    4. Chapter

      Pages 246-259

      On the Discrepancy between Serial and Parallel of Zero-Knowledge Protocols

  7. Cryptographic Functions

    1. Chapter

      Pages 260-279

      On the Design of SP Networks from an Information Theoretic Point of View

    2. Chapter

      Pages 280-291

      Partially-bent functions

  8. Digital Signatures and Identifcation II

    1. Chapter

      Pages 292-304

      Practical Approaches to Attaining Security against Adaptively Chosen Ciphertext Attacks

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