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By Flemming Nielson, Han Gao (auth.), Alessandro Armando, Gavin Lowe (eds.)

This ebook constitutes the lawsuits of the Joint Workshop on automatic Reasoning for safeguard Protocol research and concerns within the thought of defense held in Paphos, Cyprus, in March 2010.

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On asynchrony in name-passing calculi. Mathematical Structures in Computer Science 14(5), 715–767 (2004) 19. : A semantic model for authentication protocols. In: IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, vol. 178 (1993) A Appendix α The function after. The function (Γ ; Δ) after α in (M − → M ) is partially defined as follows: ˜ , |m| ˜ |, then – if α = c(− : m, ˜ n ˜ ) with Γ ; Δ c : Chan T˜ ; U ˜ = |T˜ | and |˜ n| = |U α (Γ ; Δ) after α in (M − → M ) = (Γ m ˜ : P ublic n ˜ : Any; Δ); ˜ , |m| ˜ |, then – if α = c(p : m, ˜ n ˜ ) with Γ ; Δ c : Chan T˜; U ˜ = |T˜| and |˜ n| = |U α ˜ ˜ (Γ ; Δ) after α in (M − → M ) = (Γ m ˜ :T n ˜ : U ; Δ); ˜j for each j, then ˜ ◦i with bj : τj = Tj /E – if α = (i, ˜b : τ˜)[email protected] q : m α (Γ ; Δ) after α in (M − → M ) = (Γ, ˜b : T˜ ; Δ ) with Δ = Δ ∪ {bj : N once(q) | E˜j = N once(q)}; – if α = (i), then α → M ) = (Γ m ˜ : P ublic n ˜ : Any; Δ) if i ∈ f n(M ), (Γ ; Δ) after α in (M − α ˜ ˜ (Γ ; Δ) after α in (M − → M ) = (Γ m ˜ :T n ˜ : U ; Δ) otherwise.

The notions of free and bound names and variables arise as expected. Semantics. We formalize the semantics of networks via a labelled transition system. Following [2] (and the MIM semantics of [6]) in our transition system two principals can never synchronize directly; rather, every interaction requires the mediation of the intruder, which intercepts each message exchanged and then delivers it to the recipient when the recipient is ready to consume it. To formalize the dynamics of message interception, we extend the syntax of networks with an additional, run-time process form to represent the copies of the messages stored (or cached) upon interception: ˜ n ˜ M, N ::= .

In the present paper, we further investigate the effectiveness of that approach by developing a typed version of the abstractions. We introduce a variant of the calculus in [6], that features mobile names, distributed principals and primitives for secure remote communication, without any reference to explicit cryptography. The calculus is equipped with a system of types and effects which disciplines the use of the messaging abstractions to provide static guarantees of strong secrecy and strong authenticity in the presence of a Dolev-Yao intruder.

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