(De-)Constructing TLS

One of the most important applications of cryptography is the establishment of secure communication channels between two entities (e.g. a client and a server), and the protocol most widely used for this purpose is TLS. A key goal of research in cryptography is to provide security proofs for cryptographic protocols. This task is particularly difficult if the considered protocol has not been designed with provable security in mind, as is the case for TLS. Results on provable security differ with respect to the assumptions made and the statement that is proved to follow from the assumptions.

Provided by: Microsoft Topic: Security Date Added: Jan 2014 Format: PDF

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