Invited Talk -- The First 30 Years of Cryptographic Hash Functions and the NIST SHA-3 Competition -- Public-Key Cryptography -- Errors Matter: Breaking RSA-Based PIN Encryption with Thirty Ciphertext Validity Queries -- Efficient CRT-RSA Decryption for Small Encryption Exponents -- Resettable Public-Key Encryption: How to Encrypt on a Virtual Machine -- Plaintext-Awareness of Hybrid Encryption -- Speed Records for NTRU -- High-Speed Parallel Software Implementation of the ? T Pairing -- Refinement of Miller’s Algorithm Over Edwards Curves -- Probabilistic Public Key Encryption with Equality Test -- Efficient CCA-Secure PKE from Identity-Based Techniques -- Anonymity from Asymmetry: New Constructions for Anonymous HIBE -- Making the Diffie-Hellman Protocol Identity-Based -- On Extended Sanitizable Signature Schemes -- Side-Channel Attacks -- Unrolling Cryptographic Circuits: A Simple Countermeasure Against Side-Channel Attacks -- Fault Attacks Against emv Signatures -- Revisiting Higher-Order DPA Attacks: -- Differential Cache-Collision Timing Attacks on AES with Applications to Embedded CPUs -- Cryptographic Protocols -- Usable Optimistic Fair Exchange -- Hash Function Combiners in TLS and SSL -- Improving Efficiency of an ‘On the Fly’ Identification Scheme by Perfecting Zero-Knowledgeness -- Cryptanalysis -- Linear Cryptanalysis of Reduced-Round PRESENT -- Dependent Linear Approximations: The Algorithm of Biryukov and Others Revisited -- Practical Key Recovery Attack against Secret-IV Edon- -- Rebound Attacks on the Reduced Grøstl Hash Function -- Symmetric Cryptography -- The Sum of CBC MACs Is a Secure PRF -- On Fast Verification of Hash Chains.

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Cryptographers' Track at the RSA Conference 2010, CT-RSA 2010, held in San Francisco, CA, USA in April 2010. The 25 revised full papers presented together with 1 invited lecture were carefully reviewed and selected from 94 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on public-key cryptography, side-channel attacks, cryptographic protocols, cryptanalysis, and symmetric cryptography.

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