By Xiaoyun Wang, Xuejia Lai, Dengguo Feng, Hui Chen, Xiuyuan Yu (auth.), Ronald Cramer (eds.)
These are the complaints of the twenty fourth Annual IACR Eurocrypt convention. The convention was once subsidized by means of the overseas organization for Cryptologic Research(IACR;seewww.iacr.org),thisyearincooperationwiththeComputer technology division of the college of Aarhus, Denmark. As normal Chair, Ivan Damg? ard was once accountable for neighborhood association. TheEurocrypt2005ProgramCommittee(PC)consistedof30internationally popular specialists. Their names and a?liations are indexed on pages VII and VIII of those lawsuits. via the November 15, 2004 submission time limit the computer had bought a complete of a hundred ninety submissions through the IACR digital Submission Server. the next choice approach used to be divided into stages, as ordinary. within the assessment part each one submission used to be rigorously scrutinized via a minimum of 3 self reliant reviewers, and the overview experiences, frequently broad, have been devoted to the IACR internet overview process. those have been taken because the place to begin for the PC-wideWeb-baseddiscussionphase.Duringthisphase,additionalreportswere supplied as wanted, and the computer finally had a few seven-hundred stories at its disposal. additionally, the discussions generated greater than 850 messages, all published within the method. through the complete computing device section, which begun in August 2003 with my earliest invites to workstation contributors and which endured until eventually March 2005, greater than a thousand electronic mail messages have been communicated. additionally, the computer got a lot liked the aid of a wide physique of exterior reviewers. Their names are indexed on web page VIII of those proceedings.
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F NF iii. Since ΔcN 2,1 = 0, so, Δb2,1 = Δc2,1 + Δφ7,11 = 1. (b) The conditions d2,26 = a2,26 = 1, b2,16 = 0 and b2,17 = 1 ensure the changes of 16-th bit and 17-th bit of b2 . (c) The conditions d2,28 = a2,28 = 0, b2,i = 0, i = 18, 19, 20 and b2,21 = 1 ensure the changes of 18-th, 19-th, 20-th, 21-th bits of b2 . (d) The conditions d2,3 = a2,3 = 0 and b2,24 = 1 ensure the change of 24-th bit of b2 . This can be proven by the equation: F 23 ΔcN − 224 = −223 . 2 [−24, −25, −26, 27] + (Δφ7  ≪ 22) = 2 2.
R. ): EUROCRYPT 2005, LNCS 3494, pp. 36–57, 2005. c International Association for Cryptologic Research 2005 Collisions of SHA-0 and Reduced SHA-1 37 SHA-0 and SHA-1 are based on the principles of MD4  and MD5 . They take messages of any length (up to 264 bits) and compute 160-bit hash values. At CRYPTO’98 Chabaud and Joux  proposed a theoretical attack on the full SHA-0 with a complexity of 261 . It is a diﬀerential attack that uses a weakness of the expansion algorithm of SHA-0. Their attack is faster than the generic birthday paradox attack and partially explain the withdrawal of SHA-0 by NSA.
Wang and H. Yu There are two kinds of message modiﬁcations: 1. For any two message blocks (Mi , Mi ) and a 1-st round non-zero diﬀerential ΔHi (Mi ,Mi ) −→ ΔRi+1,1 . Our attack can easily modify Mi to guarantee the 1-st round diﬀerential to hold with probability P1 = 1. 2. Using multi-message modiﬁcation techniques, we can not only guarantee the ﬁrst-round diﬀerential to hold with the probability 1, but also improve the second-round diﬀerential probability greatly. To ﬁnd an optimized diﬀerential for a hash function, it is better to select a message block diﬀerence which results in a last two-round diﬀerential with a high probability.
Advances in Cryptology – EUROCRYPT 2005: 24th Annual International Conference on the Theory and Applications of Cryptographic Techniques, Aarhus, Denmark, May 22-26, 2005. Proceedings by Xiaoyun Wang, Xuejia Lai, Dengguo Feng, Hui Chen, Xiuyuan Yu (auth.), Ronald Cramer (eds.)