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Gaurav Bhamare, Satish Banait
GPU Computing Have attracted lots of attention due to their large amount of data processing. The algorithm proposed in this paper is use for exact pattern matching on GPU. Among some famous algorithms, the Aho-Corasick Algorithm match multiple pattern simultaneously. a Traditional Aho-Corasick Algorithm matches the pattern by traversing state machine, known as Deterministic finite […]
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Aleksandar Sokolovski, Saso Gelev
The scope of this research paper is one very important aspects nowadays, the security and management of one of the most important services the email and all of the alike online services today. This paper attempts to investigate the possible benefits of using standard signature-driven spam detection logic in combination with algorithm for network intrusion […]
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Sonam Mahajan, Maninder Singh
Modern-day computer security relies heavily on cryptography as a means to protect the data that we have become increasingly reliant on. The main research in computer security domain is how to enhance the speed of RSA algorithm. The computing capability of Graphic Processing Unit as a co-processor of the CPU can leverage massive-parallelism. This paper […]
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Chakchai So-In, Sarayut Poolsanguan, Chartchai Poonriboon, Kanokmon Rujirakul, Comdet Phudphut
With a high computational complexity of encryption algorithm, AES, especially for huge real-time data, GPU has recently offered an alternate computational system instead of a traditional CPU (thread), incurring a significant improvement in speeding up the computational intensive parallel data encryption in various aspects – tremendous number of processing cores and non-generic computational processing architecture […]
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Lupescu Grigore
Specialized cryptographic processors target professional applications and offer both low latency and high throughput at the expense of cost. At the consumer level, a modern SoC embodies several accelerators and vector extensions (e.g. SSE, AES-NI), having a high degree of programmability through multiple APIs (OpenMP, OpenCL, etc). This work explains how a modern x86 system […]
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Flavio Lombardi
Computation outsourcing is an increasingly successful paradigm today. Private and public organizations, as well as common users, can access a large number of economically viable resources to perform the desired computations or access data. The cloud approach allows outsourcers to offer on-demand scalable services to third parties or to perform large computations without high server […]
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Andrea Miele, Joppe W. Bos, Thorsten Kleinjung, Arjen K. Lenstra
We show how the cofactorization step, a compute-intensive part of the relation collection phase of the number field sieve (NFS), can be farmed out to a graphics processing unit. Our implementation on a GTX 580 GPU, which is integrated with a state-of-the-art NFS implementation, can serve as a cryptanalytic co-processor for several Intel i7-3770K quad-core […]
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Wei Dai, Yarkin Doroz, Berk Sunar
In this work we introduce a large polynomial arithmetic library optimized for Nvidia GPUs to support fully homomorphic encryption schemes. To realize the large polynomial arithmetic library we convert the polynomial with large coefficients using the Chinese Remainder Theorem into many polynomials with small coefficients, and then carry out modular multiplications in the residue space […]
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Luke Mather, Elisabeth Oswald, Carolyn Whitnall
Following the pioneering CRYPTO ’99 paper by Kocher et al., differential power analysis (DPA) was initially geared around low-cost computations performed using standard desktop equipment with minimal reliance on device-specific assumptions. In subsequent years, the scope was broadened by, e.g., making explicit use of (approximate) power models. An important practical incentive of so-doing is to […]
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Giorgos Vasiliadis, Lazaros Koromilas, Michalis Polychronakis, Sotiris Ioannidis
Graphics processing units (GPUs) are a powerful platform for building high-speed network traffic processing applications using low-cost hardware. Existing systems tap the massively parallel architecture of GPUs to speed up certain computationally intensive tasks, such as cryptographic operations and pattern matching. However, they still suffer from significant overheads due to critical-path operations that are still […]
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Sonam Mahajan, Maninder Singh
Modern-day computer security relies heavily on cryptography as a means to protect the data that we have become increasingly reliant on. The main research in computer security domain is how to enhance the speed of RSA algorithm. The computing capability of Graphic Processing Unit as a co-processor of the CPU can leverage massive-parallelism. This paper […]
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Taeill Yoo, Sangpil Kim, Yongjin Yeom, Jusung Kang
SAT solver is an algorithm for finding the solution of a given problem by using CNF (Conjunctive Normal Form). Recently SAT solver studies have focused on the aspect of cryptography. The purpose of this paper is to construct the framework of a parallel SAT solver that can be applied to cryptanalysis. First, we transform an […]
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