Risk Balance in Exchange Protocols
Presented at the Computer and Network Security, Asian Computing Science Conference, Doha, Qatar
We study the behaviour of rational agents in exchange protocols which rely on trustees. We allow malicious parties to compromise the trustee by paying a cost and, thereby, present a game analysis that advocates exchange protocols which induce balanced risks on the participants. We also present a risk-balanced protocol for fair confidential secret comparison.
|Security and Protection (acm D.4.6)|
|Software (theme 1)|
|Lecture Notes in Computer Science|
|Computer and Network Security, Asian Computing Science Conference|
|Organisation||Specification and Analysis of Embedded Systems|
Dashti, M.T, & Wang, Y. (2007). Risk Balance in Exchange Protocols. In I Cervesato (Ed.), Advances in Computer Science - ASIAN 2007 (pp. 70–77). Springer.