By Mihir Bellare, Ran Canetti, Hugo Krawczyk (auth.), Neal Koblitz (eds.)

Crypto '96, the 16th Annual Crypto convention, is subsidized by means of the foreign organization for Cryptologic examine (IACR), in cooperation with the IEEE laptop Society Technical Committee on safety and P- vacy and the pc technology division of the collage of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB). It occurs at UCSB from August 18 to 22, 1996. the overall Chair, Richard Graveman, is answerable for neighborhood association and registration. The clinical application was once geared up via the 16-member software C- mittee. We thought of one hundred fifteen papers. (An extra 15 submissions needed to be summarily rejected due to lateness or significant noncompliance with the c- ditions within the demand Papers.) of those, 30 have been approved for presentation. furthermore, there'll be 5 invited talks by means of Ernest Brickell. Andrew Clark, Whitfield Diffie, Ronald Rivest, and Cliff Stoll. A Rump consultation should be chaired by means of Stuart Haber. those lawsuits include the revised models of the 30 contributed talks. least 3 com- The submitted model of every paper was once tested through at mittee individuals and/or open air specialists, and their reviews have been taken under consideration within the revisions. notwithstanding, the authors (and no longer the committee) endure complete accountability for the content material in their papers.

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A]. Equations ( G l ) , (G2), (G3) Since b = satisfied: (GI) u l + y e + q w , these three general rquatioiis ( G I ) ? ( G 2 ) , (G3) are always ({1+YY =b flPB('iR+4y) 51 Note. In a basis ( G l ) , ( G 2 ) ,( G 3 ) give 371 cquations. e. thcy gciierak a vector space of dimension 371. However if we givc some explicit values for b , b # 0, then we will now prove t h a t ( G l ) , (G2), (G3) will give only 2n independent equations. Aq R . hal h is known, and t,liat, A , D and C are unknown. Then from ( G l ) , (G2) and (G3) will we be able t,o find -4, R , and C?

One of the more intcrcsting topics in universal hashing is named s t ~ o n g ~ y universal hashing. Ot,her iiariies used are two-point based sampling, or pairwise independent raridoni variables [ 181. There is a large amount of applications of this topic in coniputer scicncx!. In cryptography we find applications in for example interactive proof systems. H O W ~ ~ t,he C T most , widely known application in cryptography is the construction of rinc:oritlitioriaIly sccurc authentication codes. We will return t o the equivaleIice het,ween strongly universal hash funct,ions and authentication codes in Sectioii 2 .

See the extended version f o r more details). ge these bytes and try again. Example 2 Zn this ~n:nmplcM ( b ) = b and N ( b ) = p b q o + vb where a is un integer such that qa - 1 2 s coprime with q" - I und where 11 and Y arc two elements o f Fqn with p f 0 (but v = 0 is possible). So llae equation (1) is: Now for each a - 0 there 1 5 exactly only one b # 0 suc-la that (4) zs satisfied. So thzs example 2 15 an example of candzdate trapdoor one way permutatzon' Moreover here the computatzon of h from n r a n he done by square and multzplzczty (instead OJ Gaussaan rtductzons) Example 3 In t h i s example M ( b ) = b and N ( b ) = cyb + 1, where d e m e n t of F q n ,cy # 0 So the cyzintzon ( 2 ) p u t 5 cy ZJ a secret So here a g a i n wc hnuc a candrdate lrapdoor one way permutatnon!

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