June 25, 2006

FC++3 - Advances in Financial Cryptography, Number Three

A quick glance at the calendar reveals that it has been a year since the last FC++. Too long, so amends must be made! Our experiment in peer-reviewed, pre-review continues. Advances in Financial Cryptography, Number Three is released as three blog posts to follow.

This issue introduces capabilities, software engineering and dash of economics, all with relevance to this year's emerging security crisis.

Mark Miller, Robust Composition: Towards a Unified Approach to Access Control and Concurrency Control
Philipp Gühring, Concepts against Man-In-The-Browser Attacks
Ian Grigg, The Market for Silver Bullets

Our mission is to solicit comments, feedback, and criticism from peers in the financial cryptography community in order to polish these documents for wider publication. To that end there will be 3 blog entries following, each with the abstract of the paper concerned. You can comment directly on the blog, or at a pinch mail the author directly.

For earlier issues, see #1 and #2. Great content, great comments - thanks to all the critics out there and sharpen that pen again.

For those who wish to link to FC++ and pick up all the advances without the rest of the blog, use this URL: https://www.financialcryptography.com/mt/archives/cat_fc.html which will get you the category including all articles. Note that you can drop the https if you are annoyed at the CAcert popup!

Posted by iang at June 25, 2006 02:32 PM | TrackBack

I'm program cochair of track on security, authentication and virtualization

IEEE TC Computer Elements, Vail 2006, 25Jun2006

starting later today. Mark gives a talk ....

5.1 Virtualization/Security- Prog Lang Design Mark Miller, HP, erights@.........


Posted by: Lynn Wheeler at June 25, 2006 10:32 AM

FYI, the link to issue #2 is broken (it points to issue #1).

Posted by: Anon at June 25, 2006 03:12 PM
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