Moses D. Liskov

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Flaws in published standards for security protocols are found regularly, often after systems implementing those standards have been deployed. Because of deployment constraints and disagreements among stakeholders, different fixes may be proposed and debated. In this process, security improvements must be balanced with issues of functionality and(More)
Many cryptographic protocols are designed to achieve their goals using only messages passed over an open network. Numerous tools, based on well-understood foundations, exist for the design and analysis of protocols that rely purely on message passing. However, these tools encounter difficulties when faced with protocols that rely on non-local, mutable state(More)
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