Foundations and Applications of Security Analysis: Joint by Pierpaolo Degano, Luca Viganò

By Pierpaolo Degano, Luca Viganò

The Joint Workshop on "Automated Reasoning for defense Protocol research and matters within the conception of protection" (ARSPA-WITS 2009) used to be held in York, united kingdom, March 28-29, 2009, in organization with ETAPS 2009. ARSPA is a chain of workshops on "Automated Reasoning for defense P- tocol Analysis," bringing jointly researchers and practitioners from either the protection andthe formalmethods groups, from academiaand undefined, who're engaged on constructing and making use of automatic reasoning strategies and instruments for the formal speci?cation and research of protection protocols. The ?rst ARSPA workshops have been held as satellite tv for pc occasions of the second one foreign JointConferenceon computerized Reasoning(IJCAR 2004)andof the thirty second Int- nationalColloquiumonAutomata, LanguagesandProgramming(ICALP2005), respectively. ARSPA then joined forces with the workshop FCS (Foundations of desktop Security): FCS-ARSPA 2006 was once a?liated with LICS 2006, within the context of FLoC 2006, and FCS-ARSPA 2007 used to be a?liated with LICS 2007 and ICALP 2007. WITSistheo?cialannualworkshoporganizedbytheIFIP WG1.7on"T- oretical Foundations of safeguard research and Design," proven to advertise the research at the theoretical foundations of safety, learning and p- moting new components of program of theoretical innovations in computing device safety and assisting the systematic use of formal thoughts within the improvement of security-related functions. this can be the 9th assembly within the sequence. In 2008, ARSPA and WITS joined with the workshop on Foundations of computing device - curityFCSforajointworkshop, FCS-ARSPA-WITS2008, associatedwithLICS 2008 and CSF 21.

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However, the GA model can support this notion. An important finding that will be detailed below is that B learns Na before C learns Nb (Figure 2). This may lead to the unknown scenario that sees B steal money by step 4b from Figure 3 before C does it by step 4a from Figure 2. The more quickly does B use any of the first three methods given above to evaluate Na and pinpoint C, the more realistic this scenario. Potentially, B’s illegal activity may even succeed before message 3 reaches C disclosing Nb.

The general threat model for security protocols based on set-rewriting that was adopted in AVISPA [2] is leveraged so as to express the General Attacker. The state-of-the-art model checker SATMC [3] is then used to automatically validate a protocol under the new threats, so that retaliation and anticipation attacks can automatically be found. 1 Introduction The analysis of security protocols stands among the most attractive niches of research in computer science, as it has attracted efforts from many communities.

Most findings assume the ever so popular Dolev-Yao threat model. A more recent threat model called the Rational Attacker [1] sees each protocol participant decide whether or not to conform to the protocol upon their own cost/benefit analysis. Each participant neither colludes nor shares knowledge with anyone, a feature that rules out the applicability of existing equivalence results in the Dolev-Yao model. Aiming at mechanical validation, we abstract away the actual cost/benefit analysis and obtain the General Attacker threat model, which sees each principal blindly act as a Dolev-Yao attacker.

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