Relating symbolic and cryptographic secrecy

@article{Backes2004RelatingSA,
  title={Relating symbolic and cryptographic secrecy},
  author={Michael Backes and Birgit Pfitzmann},
  journal={2005 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (S&P'05)},
  year={2004},
  pages={171-182}
}
We investigate the relation between symbolic and cryptographic secrecy properties for cryptographic protocols. Symbolic secrecy of payload messages or exchanged keys is arguably the most important notion of secrecy shown with automated proof tools. It means that an adversary restricted to symbolic operations on terms can never get the entire considered object into its knowledge set. Cryptographic secrecy essentially means computational indistinguishability between the real object and a random… CONTINUE READING
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