Cryptographic primitives such as secure hash functions (e.g., SHA1, SHA2, and SHA3) and symmetric key block ciphers (e.g., AES and TDES) have been commonly used to design pseudorandom generators with counter modes (e.g., in Java crypto library and in NIST SP800-90A standards). It is assumed that if these primitives are ...Download Now
In recent years, several protocols for password-based authenticated key exchange have been proposed. These protocols aim to be secure even though the sample space of passwords may be small enough to be enumerated by an off-line adversary. In Eurocrypt 2000, Bellare, Pointcheval and Rogaway (BPR) presented a model and security ...Download Now
Network coding allows the routers to mix the received information before forwarding them to the next nodes. Though this information mixing has been proven to maximize network throughput, it also introduces security challenges such as pollution attacks. A malicious node could insert a malicious packet into the system and this ...Download Now
In wireless networks, the bandwidth is considered one of the most scarce and valuable resources. The Physical layer Network Coding (PNC) technique encourages strategically picked senders to interfere so that the destination nodes can leverage the network level information to recover the signals. PNC can yield higher capacity than network ...Download Now
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