New PDF release: Applied Cryptography and Network Security: 10th

By Feng Hao, Dylan Clarke (auth.), Feng Bao, Pierangela Samarati, Jianying Zhou (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3642312837

ISBN-13: 9783642312830

ISBN-10: 3642312845

ISBN-13: 9783642312847

This ebook constitutes the refereed complaints of the tenth overseas convention on utilized Cryptography and community defense, ACNS 2012, held in Singapore, in June 2012.

The 33 revised complete papers integrated during this quantity have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 192 submissions. they're equipped in topical periods on authentication, key administration, block ciphers, identity-based cryptography, cryptographic primitives, cryptanalysis, facet channel assaults, community safety, net protection, safeguard and privateness in social networks, safety and privateness in RFID structures, safeguard and privateness in cloud structures, and safeguard and privateness in clever grids.

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It is important to note that a browser extension implementing such a scheme requires enforcing that the same certificate used to calculate the XOTP is also used to setup the SSL/TLS connection used to transfer the XOTP to the server. Without such an atomicity condition, an attack is possible where 1) the MITM attacker uses the server’s real certificate on a first SSL/TLS connection to make the browser extension calculate the XOTP and then 2) switches to a different SSL/TLS connection using a fake server certificate, over which the XOTP would be sent to the attacker.

He also modifies DNS entries so that on client request, the server’s IP would be returned (this is required, because the correct server’s IP is associated with a server’s HTTPS URL). Additionally, because the correct server’s IP is used, the attacker must also subverts the routing infrastructure so that connections to the server’s IP would be routed to the attacker. , using DNSSEC ([19]). 6 Other Factors Time and location and other “physical factors” suggested for relay attack prevention, can in principle (but generally not in practice) serve as contextual factors.

Example of multiple PDMs from different portions of the animated frames constructed using all the animation frames, one can see that the characters are joined together. Nevertheless, in this situation we can construct six PDMs by splitting the animation frames into six distinct frame sequences. This is because challenges in HelloCaptcha always consist of six characters. In other words, a PDM is constructed by taking frames 0 to 16 the total number of frames, another is constructed from frames 16 to 26 the total number of frames, another from frames 2 3 6 to 6 the total number of frames, and so on.

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