## Authenticated-encryption with associated-data (2002)

Venue: | In Proc. 9th CCS |

Citations: | 33 - 9 self |

### BibTeX

@INPROCEEDINGS{Rogaway02authenticated-encryptionwith,

author = {Phillip Rogaway},

title = {Authenticated-encryption with associated-data},

booktitle = {In Proc. 9th CCS},

year = {2002},

pages = {98--107},

publisher = {ACM Press}

}

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### Abstract

Keywords: Associated-data problem, authenticated-encryption, block-cipher usage, key separation, modes of operation, OCB.

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Citation Context ...1. The proceedings version of this paper appears as [21]. Remarks. (1) AE and AEAD schemes employ a nonce. They have to do this (or be stateful or probabilistic) in order to achieve semantic security =-=[11]-=-. It is the responsibility of the sender not to reuse any nonce. For this purpose the sender will need to maintain state (such as a counter) or use coins. The receiver can be stateless (replay-detecti... |

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Citation Context ... responses. Adversaries for AE and AEAD schemes are always assumed to be nonce-respecting. We write an oracle as superscript to the adversary that uses it. AE-schemes. We follow [22] (which builds on =-=[1, 4, 11]-=-) in defining nonce-using authenticatedencryption schemes and their security. An authenticated-encryption scheme (an AE-scheme), or simply an encryption scheme, is a three-tuple \Pis= (K; E; D). Assoc... |

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Citation Context ...ted-encryption with associated-data (AEAD). The generic composition approach. In the past, protocol designers addressed AEAD using the generic composition paradigm (as first named and investigated by =-=[3]-=-), where one glues together a (privacy-only) encryption scheme and a message authentication code (MAC). One might, for example, encrypt a string M , prepend a header H, and then MAC the resulting stri... |

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Citation Context ... was the development of techniques that provide privacy+authenticity without using the generic composition paradigm. Beginning with Jutla [15] and continuing with Gligor et al. [9] and Rogaway et al. =-=[22]-=- there emerged new block-cipher modes that entwined privacy and authenticity in a single, compact mode. Such "integrated" authenticated-encryption (AE) schemes promised improved efficiency compared to... |

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106 | Encryption modes with almost free message integrity
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Citation Context ...ut the recognition of AEAD as a distinct cryptographic problem was the development of techniques that provide privacy+authenticity without using the generic composition paradigm. Beginning with Jutla =-=[15]-=- and continuing with Gligor et al. [9] and Rogaway et al. [22] there emerged new block-cipher modes that entwined privacy and authenticity in a single, compact mode. Such "integrated" authenticated-en... |

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Citation Context ...t cryptographic problem was the development of techniques that provide privacy+authenticity without using the generic composition paradigm. Beginning with Jutla [15] and continuing with Gligor et al. =-=[9]-=- and Rogaway et al. [22] there emerged new block-cipher modes that entwined privacy and authenticity in a single, compact mode. Such "integrated" authenticated-encryption (AE) schemes promised improve... |

58 | A block-cipher mode of operation for parallelizable message authentication
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Citation Context ... .E N;H K (M ) the message M is OCB-encrypted under key K to get C = C k T = E NK (M ) where C is the "ciphertext core" and T is a o/ -bit "tag"; associated-data H, if nonempty, is PMAC-authenticated =-=[5]-=- under the same key to yield a o/ -bit result \Deltas= PMACK(H) (set \Deltas= 0o/ if H = "); and the O .CB-ciphertext is .EN;H K (M ) = C k(T \Phi \Delta ). We favor this OCB-extension because it is s... |

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personal communication
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Citation Context ...dversarial success generalizes the notion of authenticity of ciphertexts [4, 17]. Second, we describe two ways to turn an AE-scheme into an AEAD-scheme. One method, suggested by Cam-Winget and Walker =-=[6]-=-, we call nonce stealing. The method is simple and useful, but somewhat limited in its applicability as, in practice, the associated-data H can only be a few bytes. A less restrictive approach, cipher... |

21 | Universal Padding Schemes for RSA
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Citation Context ...the CBC-MAC. A proof is offered by [14]. Somewhat further afield, recent work that considers circumstances under which a key may be safely reused across two different cryptographic mechanisms include =-=[8, 12]-=-. An early version of the current paper was provided to NIST and has been on their web site since Nov '01. The proceedings version of this paper appears as [21]. Remarks. (1) AE and AEAD schemes emplo... |

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Citation Context ...the CBC-MAC. A proof is offered by [14]. Somewhat further afield, recent work that considers circumstances under which a key may be safely reused across two different cryptographic mechanisms include =-=[8, 12]-=-. An early version of the current paper was provided to NIST and has been on their web site since Nov '01. The proceedings version of this paper appears as [21]. Remarks. (1) AE and AEAD schemes emplo... |

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On the Security of CTR
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Citation Context ...ks for authenticated-encryption schemes beyond IAPM. A proposal by Whiting, Housley and Ferguson [23] constructs an AEAD-scheme that entails CTR mode encryption and the CBC-MAC. A proof is offered by =-=[14]-=-. Somewhat further afield, recent work that considers circumstances under which a key may be safely reused across two different cryptographic mechanisms include [8, 12]. An early version of the curren... |

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Citation Context ... needed to bind to a ciphertext some cleartext data, such as an IP address. People wanted a cheap and secure way to do this when using an AE-mode such as OCB. Additional related work. Hawkes and Rose =-=[13]-=- propose a way to modify Jutla's IAPM mode [15] in order to create an AEAD-scheme. They claim a security proof and that their method works for authenticated-encryption schemes beyond IAPM. A proposal ... |

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Unforgeable encryption and adaptively secure modes of operation
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Citation Context ...prising, because we start from somewhat different tools. Origin of the problem. The need to handle associated-data when using an integrated AE mode was first pointed out to the author by Burt Kaliski =-=[16]-=-. Several more individuals soon communicated the same sentiment. Those attuned to this problem were involved in standardization efforts that needed to bind to a ciphertext some cleartext data, such as... |

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Personal communications, Aug 2001. [21] P. Rogaway. Authenticated-encryption with associated-data
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Citation Context ...g, let the nonce be N = 0, and let the message that one wants to MAC be the associated-data H. This addresses a question posed by Rivest, who asked if OCB can be used in some simple way to give a MAC =-=[20]-=-. (Note that trying to use OCB [22] or IAPM [15] as a MAC by sending only the tag block does not work.) When building an AEAD-scheme based on an AE-scheme like those in [15, 22] a more significant adv... |