Book Volume 209 1985

Advances in Cryptology

Proceedings of EUROCRYPT 84 A Workshop on the Theory and Application of Cryptographic Techniques Paris, France, April 9– 11, 1984


ISBN: 978-3-540-16076-2 (Print) 978-3-540-39757-1 (Online)

Table of contents (37 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-VIII

  2. General Theory, Classical Methods

    1. Chapter

      Pages 3-9

      Cryptology and Complexity Theories

    2. Chapter

      Pages 10-15

      On Cryptosystems Based on Polynomials and Finite Fields

    3. Chapter

      Pages 16-24

      Algebraical Structures of Cryptographic Transformations

    4. Chapter

      Pages 25-32

      Non Linear Non Commutative Functions for Data Integrity

    5. Chapter

      Pages 33-50

      Wire-Tap Channel II

    6. Chapter

      Pages 51-61

      Equivocations for Homophonic Ciphers

    7. Chapter

      Pages 62-73

      Propagation Characteristics of the DES

    8. Chapter

      Pages 74-87

      Linear Ciphers and Random Sequence Generators with Multiple Clocks

    9. Chapter

      Pages 88-92

      The Stop-and-Go-Generator

    10. Chapter

      Pages 93-98

      Pseudo Random Properties of Cascade Connections of Clock Controlled Shift Registers

    11. Chapter

      Pages 99-109

      On the linear complexity of cascaded sequences

  3. Public-Key Systems

    1. Chapter

      Pages 113-126

      RSA-bits are 0.5 + ε secure

    2. Chapter

      Pages 127-141

      On the Number of Close-and-Equal Pairs of Bits in a String (with Implications on the Security of RSA’s L.S.B) (Extended Abstract)

    3. Chapter

      Pages 142-149

      Fast Cryptanalysis of the Matsumoto-Imai Public Key Scheme

    4. Chapter

      Pages 150-158

      A New Trapdoor Knapsack Public Key Cryptosystem

    5. Chapter

      Pages 159-165

      RSA Chips (Past/Present/Future) (Extended abstract)

  4. Number Theoretical Papers

    1. Chapter

      Pages 169-182

      The Quadratic Sieve Factoring Algorithm

    2. Chapter

      Pages 183-215

      Status Report on Factoring (At the Sandia National Laboratories)

    3. Chapter

      Pages 216-223

      Strong Primes are Easy to Find

    4. Chapter

      Pages 224-314

      Discrete logarithms in finite fields and their cryptographic significance

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