By Adi Shamir (auth.), Douglas R. Stinson (eds.)
The CRYPTO ’93 convention was once backed by means of the overseas organization for Cryptologic study (IACR) and Bell-Northern learn (a subsidiary of Northern Telecom), in co-operation with the IEEE desktop Society Technical Committee. It came about on the collage of California, Santa Barbara, from August 22-26, 1993. This used to be the 13th annual CRYPTO convention, all of that have been held at UCSB. The convention used to be very relaxing and ran very of the final Chair, Paul Van Oorschot. easily, mostly as a result of efforts It used to be a excitement operating with Paul in the course of the months prime as much as the convention. there have been 136 submitted papers that have been thought of by means of this system Committee. of those, 38 have been chosen for presentation on the convention. there has been additionally one invited speak on the convention, awarded by way of Miles Smid, the name of which was once “A prestige record at the Federal govt Key Escrow System.” The convention additionally incorporated the regularly occurring Rump consultation, which used to be presided over by means of Whit Diffie in his traditional inimitable style. thank you back to Whit for organizing and working the Rump consultation. This yr, the Rump consultation incorporated an attractive and vigorous panel dialogue on matters bearing on key escrowing. these collaborating have been W. Diffie, J. Gilmore, S. Goldwasser, M. Hellman, A. Herzberg, S. Micali, R. Rueppel, G. Simmons and D. Weitzner.
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Au Abstract. A method of calculating an integrity check value (icv) with the use of a stream cipher is presented. The strength of the message integrity this provides is analysed and proven to be dependent on the unpredictability of the stream cipher used. A way of efficientlyproviding both integrity and encryption with the use of a single stream cipher is also explained. Note that the method of providing message integrity, used with or without encryption, is not subject to a number of attacks that succeed against many conventional integrity schemes.
This issue is discussed throughout this paper in the appropriate places. , the initial contents of the shift registers) for the LFSRs A and S constitute the secret key for the pseudorandom generator (or the encryption/decryption key, when used as a stream cipher). If variable (programmable) connections are used then the value of these connections is also part of the key. 2 Properties We analyze some of the properties of the resultant LFSR-based shrinking generator. The linear complexity of a sequence is the length of the shortest LFSR that generates that sequence (or equivalently, the shortest recursive linear dependence over GF(2) satisfied by the sequence bits).
Advances in Cryptology — CRYPTO’ 93: 13th Annual International Cryptology Conference Santa Barbara, California, USA August 22–26, 1993 Proceedings by Adi Shamir (auth.), Douglas R. Stinson (eds.)