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Security and Privacy in the Age of Ubiquitous Computing

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Table of Contents

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Accountable Anonymous E-Mail
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    Chapter 2 Protecting Consumer Data in Composite Web Services
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    Chapter 3 A Decision Matrix Approach
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    Chapter 4 Assignment of Security Clearances in an Organization
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    Chapter 5 Tool Supported Management of Information Security Culture
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    Chapter 6 ERPSEC - A Reference Framework to Enhance Security in ERP Systems
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    Chapter 7 A New Architecture for User Authentication and Key Exchange Using Password for Federated Enterprises
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    Chapter 8 A Secure Quantum Communication Protocol Using Insecure Public Channels
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    Chapter 9 Trusted Component Sharing by Runtime Test and Immunization for Survivable Distributed Systems
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    Chapter 10 Design and Implementation of TPM SUP320
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    Chapter 11 Mathematical Models of IP Traceback Methods and Their Verification
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    Chapter 12 Transferable E-Cash Revisit
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    Chapter 13 A License Transfer System for Supporting Content Portability in Digital Rights Management
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    Chapter 14 Secure Human Communications Based on Biometrics Signals
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    Chapter 15 Distance-Bounding Proof of Knowledge to Avoid Real-Time Attacks
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    Chapter 16 An Adaptive Polling Scheme for IEEE 802.11 Wireless LAN
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    Chapter 17 The Pairing Problem with User Interaction
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    Chapter 18 Network Smart Card
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    Chapter 19 Protection Against Spam Using Pre-Challenges
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    Chapter 20 Automatically Hardening Web Applications Using Precise Tainting
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    Chapter 21 Traffic Redirection Attack Protection System (TRAPS)
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    Chapter 22 Statistical Signatures for Early Detection of Flooding Denial-of-Service Attacks
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    Chapter 23 Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of Fritrace
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    Chapter 24 Design and Implementation of a High-Performance Network Intrusion Prevention System
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    Chapter 25 Security and Privacy in the Age of Ubiquitous Computing
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    Chapter 26 Piranha: Fast and Memory-Efficient Pattern Matching for Intrusion Detection
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    Chapter 27 Designated-Verifier Proxy Signature Schemes
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    Chapter 28 Tripartite Concurrent Signatures
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    Chapter 29 Signcryption in Hierarchical Identity Based Cryptosystem
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    Chapter 30 Protecting Group Dynamic Information in Large Scale Multicast Groups
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    Chapter 31 Secure Group Communication with Distributed Generation of Private Keys for Ad-Hoc Networks
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    Chapter 32 Ensuring Media Integrity on Third-Party Infrastructures
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    Chapter 33 A New Fragile Mesh Watermarking Algorithm for Authentication
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    Chapter 34 New Paradigm in Graph-Based Visual Secret Sharing Scheme by Accepting Reversal in Black-White Images
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    Chapter 35 Overcoming Channel Bandwidth Constraints in Secure SIM Applications
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    Chapter 36 On the Performance of Certificate Revocation Protocols Based on a Java Card Certificate Client Implementation
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    Chapter 37 On-the-Fly Formal Testing of a Smart Card Applet
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    Chapter 38 A Computationally Feasible SPA Attack on AES VIA Optimized Search
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    Chapter 39 The Proof by 2M-1: A Low-Cost Method to Check Arithmetic Computations
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    Chapter 40 Streamto: Streaming Content Using a Tamper-Resistant Token
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Security and Privacy in the Age of Ubiquitous Computing
Published by
ADS, January 2005
DOI 10.1007/b135818
978-0-387-25658-0, 978-0-387-25660-3

Ryoichi Sasaki, Sihan Qing, Eiji Okamoto, Hiroshi Yoshiura

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Country Count As %
Unknown 5 100%

Demographic breakdown

Readers by professional status Count As %
Student > Master 3 60%
Student > Ph. D. Student 3 60%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Computer Science 6 120%

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