By James J. (Jong Hyuk) Park, Han-Chieh Chao, Hamid Arabnia, Neil Y. Yen
This quantity brings jointly contributions representing the state of the art in new multimedia and destiny know-how details examine, presently a massive subject in computing device technological know-how and digital engineering. Researchers goal to interoperate multimedia frameworks, remodeling the way in which humans paintings and have interaction with multimedia facts. This publication covers destiny details know-how subject matters together with electronic and multimedia convergence, ubiquitous and pervasive computing, clever computing and functions, embedded platforms, cellular and instant communications, bio-inspired computing, grid and cloud computing, semantic internet, human-centric computing and social networks, adaptive and context-aware computing, protection and belief computing and comparable areas.
Representing the mixed lawsuits of the ninth foreign convention on Multimedia and Ubiquitous Engineering (MUE-15) and the tenth overseas convention on destiny details know-how (Future Tech 2015), this e-book goals to supply a whole assurance of the components defined and to assemble researchers from educational and and different practitioners to proportion their examine principles, demanding situations and strategies.
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1 Introduction Many cryptographic protocols proposed to securely send and receive information with someone in unsecured network for various purposes [2, 6, 12]. For example, key exchange, authentication, digital signature, secret splitting, e-voting, zero-knowledge proof, and so on, are proposed. Especially, many key exchange protocols are proposed and used [2, 6]. However, flaws of proposed protocols were found and attacked after those protocols have been designed and used . To design secure cryptographic protocols, formal analysis for cryptographic protocols should be included as an essential activity in a process of cryptographic protocol design.
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1. 2′. 2″. 3′. 4. A ! B:M; A; B; fNA ; M; A; BgKAS B ! IðSÞ:M; A; B; fNA ; M; A; BgKAS ; fNB ; M; A; BgKBS IðBÞ ! S:M; A; I; fNA ; M; A; BgKAS ; fNI ; M; A; BgKIS S ! IðBÞ:M; fNA ; SK gKAS ; fNI ; SK gKIS IðBÞ ! A:M; fNA ; SKgKAS Second, if attacker send back encrypted data to participant A, A fails to interpret the received data M, A, B as session key . Second flaw of Otway-Rees protocol is below. 1. A ! IðBÞ:M; A; B; fNA ; M; A; BgKAS 4′. IðBÞ ! A:M; fNA ; M; A; BgKAS The result of interpretation is equal to these 2 flaws of Otway-Rees protocol that are pointed out.