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Decision procedures for the analysis of cryptographic protocols by logics of belief

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Monniaux, D. ; ENS-LIENS, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France

Belief-logic deductions are used in the analysis of cryptographic protocols. We show a new method to decide such logics. In addition to the familiar BAN logic, it is also applicable to the more advanced versions of protocol security logics, and GNY in particular; and it employs an efficient forward-chaining algorithm the completeness and termination of which are proved. Theoretic proofs, implementation decisions and results are discussed

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Computer Security Foundations Workshop, 1999. Proceedings of the 12th IEEE

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1999

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