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By Mohammad Etemad, Alptekin Küpçü (auth.), Michael Jacobson, Michael Locasto, Payman Mohassel, Reihaneh Safavi-Naini (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the eleventh overseas convention on utilized Cryptography and community safety, ACNS 2013, held in Banff, Canada, in June 2013. The 33 revised complete papers integrated during this quantity have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 192 submissions. they're geared up in topical sections on Cloud Cryptography; safe Computation; Hash functionality and Block Cipher; Signature; process assault; safe Implementation - undefined; safe Implementation - software program; Group-oriented structures; Key alternate and Leakage Resilience; Cryptographic facts; Cryptosystems.

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DomT uses this skTPM to decrypt the DomC image domCimage with the aid of the TPM2 (steps 3 & 4). DomT inserts the Xen bootloader PV-Grub3 into the still pristine DomU image which is necessary for DomU to be able to boot from a device offered by DomC (step 5). Then, the front-end devices (cf. Figure 3) are set up to be available to PV-Grub to boot from (step 6). Once DomU is scheduled for the first time (step 7) and tries to read a block from the attached virtual disk (step 8), it gets transparently routed through DomC which reads the actual sectors from the traditional disk provided by Dom0 and decrypts them for DomU (steps 9 & 10).

We want to enforce a designated access control policy for users over cloud data. This work considers the hierarchical access control (HAC) policy. By the policy, data are organized into security classes SC1 , SC2 , . , SCn , which are partially ordered with a binary relation ≺. SCj ≺ SCi means that the security level of SCi is higher than that of SCj . If a user is authorized to read data at SCi , he is also entitled to read data at SCj for SCj ≺ SCi . , military, government, secure database, and Pay-TV systems.

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