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From crypto verif specifications to computationally secure implementations of protocols

Blanchet, B (ENS)
Wednesday 11 April 2012, 13:30-14:30

Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute


CryptoVerif is a protocol verifier in the computational model, which generates proofs by sequences of games, like those written manually by cryptographers. We have implemented a compiler that automatically translates CryptoVerif specifications into implementations of protocols, in the OCaml language. The goal of this compiler is to generate implementations of security protocols proved secure in the computational model: from the same specification, we can prove it using CryptoVerif and generate the implementation using our compiler. We are currently using this framework in order to generate an implementation of SSH.


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