Symmetric Key Primitives

  • Thursday, March 1, 2012 | 8:00 AM – 9:10 AM | Room: Room 300

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Symmetric key primitives such as hash functions and message authentication codes are fast algorithms that are widely used and deployed. This session is concerned with new symmetric-key constructions as well as new results concerning the security of such primitives.

Topic 1: A New Pseudorandom Generator from Collision-Resistant Hash Functions
Topic 2: PMAC with Parity: Minimizing the Query-Length Influence
Topic 3: Boomerang Attacks on Hash Function using Auxiliary Differentials


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