Latincrypt 2015, the Fourth International Conference on Cryptology and Information Security in Latin America, will take place from August 23rd to 26th, 2015, organized by CINVESTAV-IPN, in cooperation with IACR, the International Association for Cryptologic Research. The invited speakers of Latincrypt 2015 will give by the following confirmed conferences,
- Tal Rabin: (IBM Research, USA)
Title: "A Fair Journey"
- Adi Shamir: (Weizmann Institute, Israel)
Title: "Improved Attacks on Generic Block Ciphers" Show/Hide Abstract
Abstract: The two main generic constructions of block ciphers are SP networks and Feistel structures. They have been investigated extensively over the last forty years, but their exact security is still not fully understood. In this talk I will survey several surprising recent developments which can reduce the time and spacecomplexities of the best known attacks on these schemes.
Joint work with Itai Dinur, Orr Dunkelman and Nathan Keller.
- Jung Hee Cheon: (Seoul National University, Korea)
Title: "Cryptanalysis of multilinear maps over the integers" Video
- Yuriy Bulygin: (Intel labs, USA)
Title: "ASN.1 parsing in crypto libraries: what could go wrong?" Show/Hide Abstract
Abstract: This presentation will focus on a number of problem authors found in a number of crypto libraries related to ASN.1 parsing functionality. Some of these issues, such as 'BERserk' RSA signature forgery vulnerability in Mozilla NSS library (VU#772676), have already been studied publicly while others, such as ASN.1 parser issues in Oracle Java (CVE-2015-0410) and other crypto/SSL libraries, are largely unknown. Besides detailing specific issues we will discuss general set of potential issues with ASN.1 parsers used by crypto implementations, ways to avoid making such issues as well as test crypto libraries for issues in ASN.1 parsers.
In collaboration with Andrew Furtak
See also the ASCrypto 2015 invited lecturers
- ASCrypto 2015 presentations: August 22-23, 2015
- Latincrypt 2015 presentations: August 24-26, 2015