Accepted Papers

  • Daisuke Moriyama. A Provably Secure Offline RFID Yoking-Proof Protocol with Anonymity.
  • Douglas Shors, Louis Wingers, Ray Beaulieu, Stefan Treatman-Clark, Bryan Weeks and Jason Smith. Implementation and Performance of the SIMON and SPECK Lightweight Block Ciphers on AVR 8-bit Microcontrollers.
  • Meltem Sonmez Turan and Rene Peralta. The Multiplicative Complexity of Boolean Functions on Four and Five Variables.
  • Cihangir Tezcan and Ferruh Özbudak. Differential Factors: Improved Attacks on SERPENT.
  • Fabrizio De Santis, Oscar M. Guillen, Ermin Sakic and Georg Sigl. Ciphertext-Only Fault Attacks on PRESENT.
  • Rusydi H. Makarim and Cihangir Tezcan. Relating Undisturbed Bits to Other Properties of Substitution Boxes.
  • Ege Gulcan, Aydin Aysu and Patrick Schaumont. A Flexible and Compact Hardware Architecture for the SIMON Block Cipher.
  • Riham Altawy and Amr Youssef. Differential sieving for 2-step matching meet-in-the-middle attack with application to LBlock.
  • Mitsuru Matsui and Yumiko Murakami. AES Smaller Than S-box – Minimalism in Software Design on Low End Microcontrollers.
  • Ling Song, Lei Hu, Bingke Ma and Danping Shi. Match Box Meet-in-the-Middle Attacks on the SIMON Family of Block Ciphers.