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Title of paper: Modeling net attacks for listening and break-down crypted messages by using of generalized net model
Author(s):
Ivelina Vardeva
University of „Prof. d-r Assen Zlatarov” – Bourgas, Bulgaria
iveto@btu.bg
Presented at: 9th IWGN, Sofia, 4 July 2008
Published in: Conference proceedings, pages 20—27
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Abstract: The article examines the structure of two of the basic attacks of sent in the public net cipher messages. It is used the apparatus of generalized net for modeling the processes of attacks for listening and braking the sent messages. About the examined ciphered messages is used RSA asymmetric algorithm.
Keywords: Generalized nets, Cryptography, Cryptoattack, Listening, Break-down, RSA, Attacker’s capabilities, Attacker’s goal
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