By Bart De Decker, Frank Piessens, Jan Smits, Els Van Herreweghen
The extra our society will depend on digital kinds of conversation, the extra the safety of those communique networks is key for its well-functioning. to that end, examine on tools and methods to enhance community protection is intensely very important. themes during this quantity contain the most recent advancements in: safety protocols; safe software program engineering; cellular agent defense; E-commerce protection; defense for disbursed computing. ?/LIST? Advances in community and dispensed structures safeguard includes the complaints of the 1st foreign operating convention on community defense (I-NetSec 01), which was once backed through the foreign Federation for info Processing (IFIP), and held in Leuven, Belgium in November 2001. This quantity could be crucial for researchers and practitioners operating during this attention-grabbing and fast-evolving box.
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This issuing authority could be represented by a bank but does not necessarily have to be. g. credit card number, coupled with the card owner’s name and a specific secret key. Such a key can be the pin number for this card or some secret code known only by the financial institution and the card owner. This would verify that the card is not merely stolen but it is the possession of its rightful owner. Such supply of information would be necessary for any other purchasing attribute apart from a credit card.
42 ADVANCES IN NETWORK AND DISTR. SYSTEMS SECURITY 6. Discussion We have presented a receipt-free election scheme, which satisfies most requirements of a secure election. We do not assume any hardware devices or untappable channels between the voter and the voting authorities. We make use of well-known cryptographic primitives that have been implemented. Time-lock puzzles, while being very difficult in their solution, are quite efficient in their construction. The problem with our scheme is that we sacrifice efficiency in order to achieve software-based receipt-freeness.