Computer Security - ESORICS 2020
25th European Symposium on Research in Computer Security, ESORICS 2020, Guildford, UK, September 14-18, 2020, Proceedings, Part II
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The total of 72 full papers included in these proceedings was carefully reviewed and selected from 366 submissions. The papers were organized in topical sections named: database and Web security; system security; network security; software security; machine learning security; privacy; formal modelling; applied cryptography; analyzing attacks; post-quantum cryptogrphy; security analysis; and blockchain.
Formal Modelling.- Automatic generation of source lemmas in Tamarin: towards automatic proofs of security protocols.- When is a test not a proof.- Hardware Fingerprinting for the ARINC 429 Avionic Bus.- Applied Cryptography.- Semantic Definition of Anonymity in Identity-Based Encryption and Its Relation to Indistinguishability-based Definition.- SHECS-PIR: Somewhat Homomorphic Encryption-based Compact and Scalable Private Information Retrieval.- Puncturable Encryption: A Generic Construction from Delegatable Fully Key-Homomorphic Encryption.- Analyzing Attacks.- Linear Attack on Round-Reduced DES Using Deep Learning.- Detection by Attack: Detecting Adversarial Samples by Undercover Attack.- Big Enough to Care Not Enough to Scare! Crawling to Attack Recommender Systems.- Active Re-identification Attacks on Periodically Released Dynamic Social Graphs.- System Security.- Fooling primality tests on smartcards.- An Optimizing Protocol Transformation for Constructor Finite Variant Theories in Maude-NPA.- On the Privacy Risks of Compromised Trigger-Action Platforms.- Plenty of Phish in the Sea: Analyzing Potential Pre-Attack Surfaces.- Post-Quantum Cryptography.- Towards Post-Quantum Security for Cyber-Physical Systems: Integrating PQC into Industrial M2M Communication.- CSH: A Post-quantum Secret Handshake Scheme from Coding Theory.- A Verifiable and Practical Lattice-Based Decryption Mix Net with External Auditing.- A Lattice-Based Key-Insulated and Privacy-Preserving Signature Scheme with Publicly Derived Public Key.- Post-Quantum Adaptor Signatures and Payment Channel Networks.- Security Analysis.- Linear-Complexity Private Function Evaluation is Practical.- Certifying Decision Trees Against Evasion Attacks by Program Analysis.- They Might NOT Be Giants: Crafting Black-Box Adversarial Examples Using Particle Swarm Optimization.- Understanding Object Detection Through An Adversarial Lens.- Applied Cryptography.- Signatures with Tight Multi-User Security from Search Assumptions.- Biased RSA private keys: Origin attribution of GCD-factorable keys.- MAC-in-the-Box: Verifying a Minimalistic Hardware Design for MAC Computation.- Evaluating the e ectiveness of heuristic worst-case noise analysis in FHE.- Blockchain.- How to Model the Bribery Attack: A Practical Quanti cation Method in Blockchain.- Updatable Blockchains.- PrivacyGuard: Enforcing Private Data Usage Control with Blockchain and Off-chain Contract Execution.- Applied Cryptography.- Identity-Based Authenticated Encryption with Identity Confidentiality.- Securing DNSSEC Keys via Threshold ECDSA From Generic MPC.- On Private Information Retrieval Supporting Range Queries.- Blockchain.- 2-hop Blockchain: Combining Proof-of-Work and Proof-of-Stake Securely.- Generic Superlight Client for Permissionless Blockchains.- LNBot: A Covert Hybrid Botnet on Bitcoin Lightning Network for Fun and Profit.