Book Volume 330 1988

Advances in Cryptology — EUROCRYPT ’88

Workshop on the Theory and Application of Cryptographic Techniques Davos, Switzerland, May 25–27, 1988 Proceedings

ISBN: 978-3-540-50251-7 (Print) 978-3-540-45961-3 (Online)

Table of contents (40 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XI

  2. Key Distribution

    1. Chapter

      Pages 3-10

      Key Agreements Based on Function Composition

    2. Chapter

      Pages 11-19

      Security of Improved Identity-based Conference Key Distribution Systems

  3. Authentication

    1. Chapter

      Pages 23-33

      Subliminal-free Authentication and Signature

    2. Chapter

      Pages 35-49

      Zero-Knowledge Proofs of Identity and Veracity of Transaction Receipts

    3. Chapter

      Pages 51-55

      Authentication Codes with Multiple Arbiters

    4. Chapter

      Pages 57-75

      Some Constructions for Authentication - Secrecy Codes

    5. Chapter

      Pages 77-84

      Efficient Zero-Knowledge Identification Scheme for Smart Cards

  4. Signatures

    1. Chapter

      Pages 87-95

      A Smart Card Implementation of the Fiat-Shamir Identification Scheme

    2. Chapter

      Pages 97-106

      Manipulations and Errors, Detection and Localization

    3. Chapter

      Pages 107-122

      Privacy Protected Payments — Realization of a Protocol That Guarantees Payer Anonymity

    4. Chapter

      Pages 123-128

      A Practical Zero-Knowledge Protocol Fitted to Security Microprocessor Minimizing Both Transmission and Memory

    5. Chapter

      Pages 129-156

      A Generalized Birthday Attack

  5. Protocols

    1. Chapter

      Pages 159-166

      An Interactive Data Exchange Protocol Based on Discrete Exponentiation

    2. Chapter

      Pages 167-176

      Anonymous and Verifiable Registration in Databases

    3. Chapter

      Pages 177-182

      Elections with Unconditionally-Secret Ballots and Disruption Equivalent to Breaking RSA

    4. Chapter

      Pages 183-188

      Passports and Visas Versus IDs

  6. Complexity and Number Theory

    1. Chapter

      Pages 191-209

      The Probabilistic Theory of Linear Complexity

    2. Chapter

      Pages 211-223

      A Probabilistic Primality Test Based on the Properties of Certain Generalized Lucas Numbers

    3. Chapter

      Pages 225-232

      On the Construction of Random Number Generators and Random Function Generators

  7. Numerical Methods

    1. Chapter

      Pages 235-243

      Factorization of Large Integers on a Massively Parallel Computer

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