By Wyn L. Price (auth.), Carl Pomerance (eds.)
This e-book is the complaints of CRYPTO '87, one in a chain of annual meetings dedicated to cryptologic examine. CRYPTO '87 was once attended via one hundred seventy humans representing 19 international locations. The papers during this quantity are awarded in seven sections. the 1st six sections include the entire papers at the ordinary software, together with papers that weren't offered on the assembly. The 7th part comprises a number of the papers offered at a "Rump Session". the most sections care for the next subject matters: communique networks and criteria; protocols; key distribution structures; public key structures; layout and research of cryptographic structures; and functions.
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In  the security of the subliminal protocol is proven, after having introduced the term relative zero-knowledge. Loosely speaking relative zereknowledge means that a protocol can be zero-knowledge relative to Charles but not relative to Edward. The following theorems guarantee the security. Theorem 1 It b infearible f o r others than the receiver (and evidently the sender) of the subliminal channel t o detect the w e of the mbliminal protocol. This is especially true f o r the center who issued the passport.
Fiat and A. Shamir. How to prove yourself: Practical solutions to identification and signature problems. August 3-11, 1986. A. (121 A. Fiat and A. Shamir. How to prove yourself: Practical solutions to identification and signature problems. August 11-15, 1986. Presented at Crypto’86, Santa Barbara, California.  J. Gleick. A new approach to protecting secrets is discovered. New York Times, pp. C1 and C3, February 18, 1987. -J. Quisquater. Signatures, identifications et controles d‘acck. December 16, 1986.
Indeed the Fiat-Shamir scheme does not exclude that the passport verifier sends his j ; under some permutation. If k 2 40 then the number of possible permutations is large enough to send (under encrypted form, using the verifier’s public key) the actual secret DES key and seed which will be used. 1. 4 Applications We now discuss applications of our subliminal channels. 3. It is clear that there are extremely dangerous uses of the discussed subliminal channel. It is not the purpose of this paper to help criminals, so the authors restrict themselves.
Advances in Cryptology — CRYPTO ’87: Proceedings by Wyn L. Price (auth.), Carl Pomerance (eds.)