Fast Software Encryption: 7th International Workshop, FSE 2000, New York, NY, USA, April 10-12, 2000. Proceedings

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Bruce Schneier
Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Feb 14, 2001 - Computers - 324 pages
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Since 1993, cryptographic algorithm research has centered around the Fast So- ware Encryption (FSE) workshop. First held at Cambridge University with 30 attendees, it has grown over the years and has achieved worldwide recognition as a premiere conference. It has been held in Belgium, Israel, France, Italy, and, most recently, New York. FSE 2000 was the 7th international workshop, held in the United States for the rst time. Two hundred attendees gathered at the Hilton New York on Sixth Avenue, to hear 21 papers presented over the course of three days: 10{12 April 2000. These proceedings constitute a collection of the papers presented during those days. FSE concerns itself with research on classical encryption algorithms and - lated primitives, such as hash functions. This branch of cryptography has never been more in the public eye. Since 1997, NIST has been shepherding the Adv- ced Encryption Standard (AES) process, trying to select a replacement algorithm for DES. The rst AES conference, held in California the week before Crypto 98, had over 250 attendees. The second conference, held in Rome two days before FSE 99, had just under 200 attendees. The third AES conference was held in conjunction with FSE 2000, during the two days following it, at the same hotel.

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Contents

Specific StreamCipher Cryptanalysis
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Statistical Analysis of the Alleged RC4 Keystream Generator
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A Fast Large Block Cipher for Disk Sector Encryption
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Copyright

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Bruce Schneier is a security technologist and best-selling author. He is a Fellow at Harvard University and the CTO of Co3 Systems, serves on the board of directors for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and is a frequent commentator on these issues.

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