Advances in Information and Computer Security: 11th by Kazuto Ogawa, Katsunari Yoshioka

By Kazuto Ogawa, Katsunari Yoshioka

This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the eleventh overseas Workshop on protection, IWSEC 2016, held in Tokyo, Japan, in September 2016. The 15 usual papers and four brief papers awarded during this quantity have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from fifty three submissions. They have been geared up in topical sections named: process safety; searchable encryption; cryptanalysis; permutation and symmetric encryption; privateness retaining; safeguard; post-quantum cryptography; and paring computation.

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If the attack step or asset has no deployed sensor, there is NoInfo about this sensor. -X. Aguessy et al. Fig. 4. Dynamic Risk Correlation Model nodes can be safely deleted from the DRCM, with no impact on other nodes final probabilities. , Pearl’s) to update the probabilities of each state at all the nodes. Probability reconciliation within a DRCM. The outputs of a DRCM are of two types: (1) the probabilities of attack sources, describing how likely an asset is to be the source of the attack impacting the target of the DRCM, and (2) the compromise probabilities, describing how likely it is that an asset has been compromised along the path of the attacker.

Model usage. As shown in Fig. 3, we build the structure of the DRCM according to the TAG, starting from the latest received alert. Then, we set the states of the DRCM Sensors according to the previous security alerts received from the sensors: – If the sensor of an attack step or an asset exists and is deployed in the network, as long as it has not raised any alert, all related DRCM Sensors are set to the NoAlert state. – If the sensor has raised an alert corresponding to this attack step or asset, the related DRCM Sensors are set to the Alert state.

Sudo is vastly adopted to be used by default in widely deployed Linux distributions such as Debian, Ubuntu, and its derivatives. The other distributions mostly include Sudo package to be activated by choice. Mac OS X is also configured to use Sudo by default. The opinions expressed herein reflect those of the authors, and not of the affiliated institute of ETRI. c Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016 K. Ogawa and K. ): IWSEC 2016, LNCS 9836, pp. 41–60, 2016. H. Jeong et al. Sudo is usually encouraged as it provides several security benefits.

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