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TCC 2006

March 4-7 2006, Columbia University
New York, NY USA

Rump Session

The rump session is an informal session in which participants give short presentations on recent results, work in progress, and other topics of interest to the TCC community. It was held on Sunday, March 5 2006, at 7:30pm in Davis hall (at the entrance level of the Schapiro Center), and was chaired by Charlie Rackoff.

Rump Session Program

Can We Achieve Security Against an Analogue Adversary?
Charles Rackoff
On the Compressibility of NP Instances (for the Future) and (Today's) Cryptographic Applications
Danny Harnik
Zero Knowledge with Efficient Provers
Minh-Huyen Nguyen
Perfect Soundness ZK proofs are in RP
Lior Malka
Enhanced versus Plain Trapdoor Permutations for Non-Interactive Zero-Knowledge and Oblivious Transfer
Tal Malkin
Interactive Input ZK Proofs of Knowledge
Moti Yung
Verifiable Random Permutations
Prashant Puniya
Generalized Compact Knapsacks are Collision Resistant
Daniele Micciancio
Stateful Public-Key Cryptosystems: Encryption with One 160-bit Exponentiation
Mihir Bellare
New Proofs for NMAC and HMAC: Security Without Collision-Resistance
Mihir Bellare

RUM SESSION (actually Margaritas)
Deniable Authentication and Key Exchange
Rosario Gennaro
Strengthening Digital Signatures via Randomized Hashing
Hugo Krawczyk
Chosen-Ciphertext Secure Key-Encapsulation based on Hashed Diffie-Hellman
Eike Kiltz
Group Public Key Encryption
Moti Yung
Research on Password-Authenticated Group Key Encryption
Jeong Ok Kwon
On (Threshold) Cryptography over Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Giovanni Di Crescenzo
MPC for Comparing Two Shared Secrets without Bit-Decomposition
Takashi Nishide
Ring Signature in UC Framework
Kazuki Yoneyama
Breaking and Fixing Public-Key Kerberos
Joe-Kai Tsay
Using Task-Structured Probabilistic I/O Automata to Analyze Cryptographic Protocols
Olivier Pereira
Secure Key Exchange and Composition
Anupam Datta
Finding Neverland
Hoeteck Wee