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2012 International Conference on Privacy, Security, Risk and Trust (PASSAT)

The 4th International Conference on Information Privacy, Security, Risk and Trust will be held at Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The aim is to provide an international forum for information privacy, risk, trust, and security researchers and practitioners to explore solutions to profound challenges



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IC2E 2018 Tutorials

2018 IEEE International Conference on Cloud Engineering (IC2E), 2018

Provides an abstract for each of the tutorial presentations and may include a brief professional biography of each presenter. The complete presentations were not made available for publication as part of the conference proceedings.


Tracing the Source of News Based on Blockchain

2018 IEEE/ACIS 17th International Conference on Computer and Information Science (ICIS), 2018

With the rapid development of the Internet, there are more and more ways of spreading news, and it's spreading faster and faster. This creates a lot of fake news that confuses the reader's vision. In order to construct a healthy news communication environment, it is necessary to suppress fake news and to crack down on the source of fake news, ...


(Short Paper) Towards More Reliable Bitcoin Timestamps

2018 Crypto Valley Conference on Blockchain Technology (CVCBT), 2018

Bitcoin provides freshness properties by forming a blockchain where each block is associated with its timestamp and the previous block. Due to these properties, the Bitcoin protocol is being used as a decentralized, trusted, and secure timestamping service. Although Bitcoin participants which create new blocks cannot modify their order, they can manipulate timestamps almost undetected. This undermines the Bitcoin protocol ...


The DAO attack paradoxes in propositional logic

2017 4th International Conference on Systems and Informatics (ICSAI), 2017

Blockchain is a new type of decentralized technology, causing more and more attention because of the huge number of implicit revolutionary applications in many fields, especially in the finance field. The DAO was a crowdfunding project based on blockchain. It was one of the most widely-known blockchain applications in 2016, not only because of the most amount of crowdfunded money ...


Review Paper on Untwist Blockchain: A Data Handling Process of Blockchain Systems

2018 International Conference on Information , Communication, Engineering and Technology (ICICET), 2018

Blockchain technologies are secure massive power in the last few years. Block chains are distributed ledgers that facilitate parties who do not steady trust each other to maintain a set of ecumenical states. The parties concur on the easiness, standards and histories of the states. As the technology backdrop is enlarge swiftly, it is mutually consequential and arduous to have ...


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  • IC2E 2018 Tutorials

    Provides an abstract for each of the tutorial presentations and may include a brief professional biography of each presenter. The complete presentations were not made available for publication as part of the conference proceedings.

  • Tracing the Source of News Based on Blockchain

    With the rapid development of the Internet, there are more and more ways of spreading news, and it's spreading faster and faster. This creates a lot of fake news that confuses the reader's vision. In order to construct a healthy news communication environment, it is necessary to suppress fake news and to crack down on the source of fake news, so it is necessary to trace the source of news. This paper tracks the news based on the distributed storage, decentralization and other features of the blockchain, with the technology of consensus algorithm and intelligent contract.

  • (Short Paper) Towards More Reliable Bitcoin Timestamps

    Bitcoin provides freshness properties by forming a blockchain where each block is associated with its timestamp and the previous block. Due to these properties, the Bitcoin protocol is being used as a decentralized, trusted, and secure timestamping service. Although Bitcoin participants which create new blocks cannot modify their order, they can manipulate timestamps almost undetected. This undermines the Bitcoin protocol as a reliable timestamping service. In particular, a newcomer that synchronizes the entire blockchain has a little guarantee about timestamps of all blocks. In this paper, we present a simple yet powerful mechanism that increases the reliability of Bitcoin timestamps. Our protocol can provide evidence that a block was created within a certain time range. The protocol is efficient, backward compatible, and surprisingly, currently deployed SSL/TLS servers can act as reference time sources. The protocol has many applications and can be used for detecting various attacks against the Bitcoin protocol.

  • The DAO attack paradoxes in propositional logic

    Blockchain is a new type of decentralized technology, causing more and more attention because of the huge number of implicit revolutionary applications in many fields, especially in the finance field. The DAO was a crowdfunding project based on blockchain. It was one of the most widely-known blockchain applications in 2016, not only because of the most amount of crowdfunded money (i.e., ETH tokens) so far, in a very short period, but also due to the attack event. In this paper, a brief introduction of The DAO attack event is presented. We also present an acute analysis of the result that “the hacker stole large quantity of money from The DAO”, as well as the analysis of the suggested solution that “the wallet address of the hacker should be frozen” to the event given by The DAO community. Accordingly, two logical paradoxes are formulated on the event results and the proposed solution. Finally, The DAO paradoxes are formally described, analyzed, and proved in propositional logic.

  • Review Paper on Untwist Blockchain: A Data Handling Process of Blockchain Systems

    Blockchain technologies are secure massive power in the last few years. Block chains are distributed ledgers that facilitate parties who do not steady trust each other to maintain a set of ecumenical states. The parties concur on the easiness, standards and histories of the states. As the technology backdrop is enlarge swiftly, it is mutually consequential and arduous to have a rigid grasp of what the foundation technologies have to offer, particularly with difference to their data dealing out capabilities. In this paper, we first survey the state of the art, fixating on secretive block chains. We analyze both in-engenderment and research systems in four dimensions: disseminated ledger, intrusion detection, consortium Blockchain, consensus protocol and perspicacious agreement. We then present BLOCKBENCH, a criterion skeleton for understanding performance of private block chains and public Blockchain. In this chapter we have discussed the circumscriptions of Blockchain.

  • The bitcoin mines of China

    In the dusty, sunbaked land surrounding Ordos, a city in China's Inner Mongolia, sits one of the world's largest bitcoin mines. Encircled by coal- fired power plants, rare earth mineral extraction sites, and the skeletal remains of abandoned, half-constructed housing complexes, the Bitmain Technologies bitcoin mine is evidence of a new economic boom in the area. Every 10 minutes, a new block of data is added to the Bitcoin blockchain, the accounting ledger that records every transaction made with the currency. And every 10 minutes, a shiny new cache of bitcoins is deposited into the digital pocket of the person whose computer added the most recent block. Miners compete for the right to add new blocks by running a single calculation, the SHA-256 hash function, over and over as fast as they can. This essentially enters them into a lottery with all other miners on the network. The rewards of this lottery now amount to over US $8 million worth of bitcoins every day. Half of this goes to miners in China, who own a majority of the hashing power on the Bitcoin network, according to a new study by University of Cambridge researchers. Their proximity to manufacturers of specialized hardware and their access to cheap land and cheap electricity make Chinese miners the natural beneficiaries of the Bitcoin system, which rewards efficiency and hustle above all else.

  • The Exchange Center: A Case Study of Hybrid Decentralized and Centralized Applications in Blockchain

    Blockchain and smart contract provide a convenient vehicle to build decentralize applications. Among varies Decenrtalized applications (DAPPs), exchange is one of the most mentioned ones. To fully-decentralized an exchange looks somehow like an utopia. Most works tried to use different methods to solve different problems on this subject. According to our observations, the problems caused by blockchain include 1) Long confirmation time, 2) Vulnerable to front running attack, 3) wasting on-chain resource, all these problems make a blockchain based exchange not user friendly. To deal with the above- mentioned problems, a hybrid centralized and decentralized exchange is presented in this work. By simulating the transaction execution processes and eliminating all the unwanted uncertainties, we are confident that the transactions in the proposed exchange center (EC) will be confirmed and executed well on the blockchain, that is, our system allows users to conclude their trades without need of waiting for a long blockchain confirmation time. In conclusion, a Hybrid Centralized and Decentralized Application (HCDAPP) provides a better-quality service, just like a centralized server; at the same time, it also provides a higher-level security, like a decentralized smart contract.

  • DHT Clustering for Load Balancing Considering Blockchain Data Size

    Blockchain technology which is the fundamental system of Bitcoin running on a peer-to-peer (P2P) network, has attracted a lot of attention. This enables a practical P2P electronic money system with Byzantine fault tolerance and stability with all participating nodes having the same transaction ledger and using a distributed consensus algorithm called Proof of Work (PoW) that performs calculation work called mining. Many studies have proposed methods of enhancing scalability in terms of transaction processing of blockchain, however few studies have proposed them in term of network load in a P2P network architecture. To solve these problems, we propose a method in which all nodes are separated into mining nodes in a pure P2P network and blockchain data having nodes in a distributed hash table (DHT) network. Kademlia is incorporated as DHT network for processing responsible blocks' data for each node cluster and broadcasting efficiently. The results of a broadcast simulation show that our method improved the redundancy rate and average number of messages in the networks.

  • A Memory-Hard Blockchain Protocol

    Bitcoins cryptocurrency is a decentralized digital currency released as open- source software in 2009. In these 9 years of development, the mining devices are changed from the public CPUs into a professional ASICs. The ASICs is a application-specific integrated circuit, which is designed exclusively for mining. Because of its outstanding computing power, the ASICs gradually replaced other devices and monopolies the Bitcoin market. In this paper, we propose a new blockchain chain protocol, which allows us to adjust the loading time of the mining process. This strategy reduces the ASIC and CPU mining rate of the gap. So that the using of ASIC mining is limited. Finally, we analyzed the safety of this new chain structure and compared it to the original chain protocol.

  • Converging Blockchain and Machine Learning for Healthcare

    The power of machine learning in understanding the patterns in data, analyzing and making decisions, has shown its importance in various sectors. Machine Learning requires reasonable amount of data to make accurate decisions. Data sharing and reliability of data is very crucial in machine learning in order to improve its accuracy. The decentralized database in Blockchain Technology emphasizes on data sharing. The consensus in Blockchain technology makes sure that data is legitimate and secured. The convergence of these two technologies can give highly accurate results in terms of machine learning with the security and reliability of Blockchain Technology. This paper gives an overview of how combining these two technologies can help in healthcare sectors.



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