By Bart Preneel (auth.), Tsuyoshi Takagi, Masahiro Mambo (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the refereed complaints of the 4th foreign Workshop on safeguard, IWSEC 2009, held in Toyama, Japan, in October 2009.
The thirteen revised complete papers awarded including 1 invited speak have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from forty six submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on block cipher, cryptographic protocols, contents security and intrusion detection, in addition to authentication.
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Let z = z (3) z (2) z (1) z (0) , where z is a 32-bit integer, z (0) is the least signiﬁcant byte of z, and z (3) is the most signiﬁcant byte of z. Let F denote the event (2) (1) (0) (2) (1) (0) zj+10 zj+10 zj+10 = zj−10 zj−10 zj−10 . Now, recall that zj = zj−2048 + zj−10 + g1 (zj−3 , zj−2047 ). (12) zj+10 = zj−2038 + zj + g1 (zj+7 , zj−2037 ). (13) Therefore, 44 G. Sekar and B. Preneel Observation 1: When event E occurs, it follows from (12) and (13) that zj+10 and zj−10 take the forms zj+10 = A + B + C mod 232 and zj−10 = −A + B − C mod 232 , respectively.
Zj+10(31) = zj+10(31) (from Observation 1, this probability is 1 − 2−8 given condition 1 and condition 2), (3) (3) 4. rj+10 rj = 768 + zj+10 768 + zj−10 (probability 2−20 ) or rj+10 rj = 768 + (3) (3) zj−10 768 + zj+10 (we have just observed that the two events are mutually exclusive given condition 3; their combined probability is therefore 2−20 + 2−20 = 2−19 ). Therefore, P r[S1 ] = 2−96 · 2−23 · (1 − 2−8 ) · 2−19 ≈ 2−138 . 3 This is conﬁrmed by our simple experiments with 8-bit and 16-bit integers.
In the case of HC-256, each distinguisher requires testing the validity of 2280 equations (where each equation involves 10 keystream output bits). Another observation, made by Dunkelman in , shows that the keystream words of HC-128 leak information on the internal states. However, this observation has not yet been exploited to construct distinguishers or to recover the key. Zenner has presented cache-timing attacks on unprotected implementations of HC-256 that allow reconstruction of the inner state and also the key .