New Security Paradigms Workshop http://www.nspw.org
September 18-21, 2007
White Mountain Hotel and Resort, New Hampshire, USA
1. The submission deadline is May 1
2. Notification of acceptance is by July 3
3. Camera-ready papers for pre-proceedings due August 28
Travis H. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
On Wed, Feb 07, 2007 at 05:42:49AM -0800, Sandy Harris wrote:
He starts from information theory and an assumption that
there needs to be some constant upper bound on the
receiver's per-symbol processing time. From there, with
nothing else, he gets to a
has this been mentioned here before?
I just had my crypto mightmare experience.
I was in a (german!) outdoor shop to complete my equipment
for my next trip, when I came to the rack with luggage padlocks
(used to lock the zippers).
While the german brand locks were as usual, all the
At 04:40 PM 2/20/2007, Adam Back wrote:
There is quite some underinformed speculation as critique on the
thread... Its interesting to see people who probably understand SSL,
SMIME and stuff at least at a power user if not programmer level, try
to make logical leaps about what must be wrong or