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Applied Cryptography and Network Security: Second by Michael E. Locasto, Angelos D. Keromytis (auth.), Markus

By Michael E. Locasto, Angelos D. Keromytis (auth.), Markus Jakobsson, Moti Yung, Jianying Zhou (eds.)

The moment overseas convention on utilized Cryptography and community protection (ACNS 2004) used to be subsidized and arranged by means of ICISA (the overseas Communications and data safety Association). It used to be held in Yellow Mountain, China, June 8–11, 2004. The convention court cases, representing papers from the educational song, are released during this quantity of the Lecture Notes in laptop technology (LNCS) of Springer-Verlag. the realm of analysis that ACNS covers has been gaining significance in recent times as a result of the improvement of the web, which, in flip, implies international publicity of computing assets. Many ?elds of study have been lined by means of this system of this music, offered during this court cases quantity. We suppose that the papers herein certainly re?ect the state-of-the-art in safeguard and cryptography learn, around the globe. this system committee of the convention bought a complete of 297 submissions from around the world, of which 36 submissions have been chosen for presentation in the course of the educational tune. as well as this song, the convention additionally hosted a technical/industrial song of displays that have been rigorously chosen to boot. All submissions have been reviewed by way of specialists within the appropriate areas.

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In this paper, we propose protocols that allow for conjunctive keyword queries on encrypted data. Although such conjunctive searches certainly do not encompass all possible search criteria, we believe that they are a crucial building block as indicated by the reliance of today’s web search engines on conjunctive search (see, for example [10]). To motivate the problem of conjunctive search further, and illustrate the difficulties it raises, we briefly review two simple solutions and explain why they are unsatisfactory: Set intersection.

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