By Juan A. Garay, Rosario Gennaro

ISBN-10: 3662443708

ISBN-13: 9783662443705

ISBN-10: 3662443716

ISBN-13: 9783662443712

The volume-set, LNCS 8616 and LNCS 8617, constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the thirty fourth Annual foreign Cryptology convention, CRYPTO 2014, held in Santa Barbara, CA, united states, in August 2014.

The 60 revised complete papers offered in LNCS 8616 and LNCS 8617 have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 227 submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on symmetric encryption and PRFs; formal equipment; hash features; teams and maps; lattices; uneven encryption and signatures; facet channels and leakage resilience; obfuscation; FHE; quantum cryptography; foundations of hardness; number-theoretic hardness; information-theoretic safeguard; key alternate and safe conversation; 0 wisdom; composable defense; safe computation - foundations; safe computation - implementations.

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Thus either − (ki , xi−1 , xi ) ∈ Q+ E or (ki , xi−1 , xi ) ∈ QE for h + 1 ≤ i ≤ hν+ r. Let ν’s signature sig be the string sig ν ∈ {+, −}r such that (ki , xi−1 , xi ) ∈ QE i for h+1 ≤ i ≤ h+r. 0 r We start by ﬁxing a signature sig ∈ {+, −} and by upper bounding the number of r-chains ν of τ starting at position h such that sig ν = sig 0 . , that the number of −’s is at least r/2 . If ν = (h, xh , kh+1 , xh+1 , . . , kh+r , xh+r ) is a ν-chain with signature sig 0 then there are, ﬁrstly, at most min{q, N } choices for xh given that (kh+1 , xh , xh+1 ) ∈ QE .

For a blockcipher E and an integer ≥ 1 we deﬁne the -cascade of E, written E ( ) , by equation (1). We note that E ( ) is a blockcipher of key space {0, 1} κ and of message space {0, 1}n. Ideal Ciphers. A blockcipher E : {0, 1}κ × {0, 1}n → {0, 1}n which is sampled uniformly at random from the space of all blockciphers of key space {0, 1}κ and of message space {0, 1}n is called an ideal cipher. In this case Ek is a random independent permutation of {0, 1}n for each k ∈ {0, 1}κ. Security Game. Let , κ and n be given.

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