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In this paper, we propose a new block cipher HIGHT with 64-bit block length and 128-bit key length. It provides low-resource hardware implementation, which is proper to ubiquitous computing device such as a sensor in USN or a RFID tag. HIGHT does not only consist of simple operations to be ultra-light but also has enough security as a good encryption(More)
Most password-authenticated key agreement schemes described in the literature have focused on authenticated key agreement using a shared password between a client and a server. With rapid changes in the modern communication environment such as ad-hoc networks and ubiquitous computing, it is necessary to construct a secure end-to-end channel between clients.(More)
We present the impossible differential cryptanalysis of the block cipher XTEA[7] and TEA[6]. The core of the design principle of these block ciphers is an easy implementation and a simplicity. But this simplicity dose not offer a large diffusion property. Our impossible differential cryptanalysis of reduced-round versions of XTEA and TEA is based on this(More)
a r t i c l e i n f o Radio frequency Identification (RFID) systems are used to identify remote objects equipped with RFID tags by wireless scanning without manual intervention. Recently, EPCglobal proposed the Electronic Product Code (EPC) that is a coding scheme considered to be a possible successor to bar-code with added functionalities. In RFID-based(More)
We study client-to-client password-authenticated key exchange (C2C-PAKE) enabling two clients in different realms to agree on a common session key using different passwords. Byun et al. first presented C2C-PAKE schemes under the cross-realm setting. However, the schemes were not formally treated, and subsequently found to be flawed. In addition, in the(More)