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IT Security and Cryptography


Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tibor Jager

News

  • Accepted Paper at SSR 2020
    The paper "SoK: Comparison of the Security of Real World RSA Hash-and-Sign Signatures" by Saqib A.... [more]
  • Accepted Paper at CANS 2020
    The paper "Forward-Secure 0-RTT Goes Live: Implementation and Performance Analysis in QUIC" by Jan... [more]
  • PhD Defense: Dr.-Ing. Kai Gellert
    Dr.-Ing. Kai Gellert successfully defended his PhD thesis "Construction and Security Analysis of... [more]
  • Accepted Paper to the Journal of Cryptology
    The research paper "On the Tight Security of TLS 1.3: Theoretically-Sound Cryptographic Parameters... [more]
  • Accepted Paper to the Journal of Cryptology
    The paper "Bloom Filter Encryption and Applications to Efficient Forward-Secret 0-RTT Key Exchange"... [more]
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Accepted Paper at CANS 2020

The paper "Forward-Secure 0-RTT Goes Live: Implementation and Performance Analysis in QUIC" by Jan Drees, Kai Gellert, Tobias Handirk, and Tibor Jager (together with our former students Fynn Dallmeier, Jonas Klauke, Simon Nachtigall, Timo Renzelmann, and Rudi Wolf from Paderborn University) has been accepted to the International Conference on Crytology and Network Security 2020.

The paper analyzes the efficiency of key exchange protocols with minimal latency and strong security guarantees in comparison to such protocols that do not offer strong security guarantees.

The results will be presented at the conference between December 14th and 16th this year.