### Abstract

Original language | Undefined |
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Publication status | Published - Dec 2000 |

Externally published | Yes |

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No. | TR-B4 |

### Keywords

- IR-64070
- EWI-1005

### Cite this

*A BRUTUS Logic for a Spi-Calculus Dialect*.

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*A BRUTUS Logic for a Spi-Calculus Dialect*.

**A BRUTUS Logic for a Spi-Calculus Dialect.** / Gnesi, S.; Latella, D.; Lenzini, Gabriele.

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TY - BOOK

T1 - A BRUTUS Logic for a Spi-Calculus Dialect

AU - Gnesi, S.

AU - Latella, D.

AU - Lenzini, Gabriele

N1 - Imported from DIES

PY - 2000/12

Y1 - 2000/12

N2 - In the field of process algebras, the spi-calculus, a modified version of the π-calculus with encryption primitives, is indicated as an expressive specification language for cryptographic protocols. In spi-calculus basic security properties, such as secrecy and integrity can be formalized as may-testing equivalences which do not seem easily extendible to express other kinds of interesting properties such as, for example, anonymity. When, as a language for properties specification, temporal logics are used a more expressive power can be reached making possible to represent a wider class of properties. Recently, within the BRUTUS model checker, a first order temporal logic has been defined, making possible to express both basic and advanced properties, such as different kinds of authenticity and anonymity. In this work we define a spi-calculus dialect on which the BRUTUS logic can be interpreted with a double in our opinion, potential advantage: to provide the spi-calculus like languages with a temporal logics as a flexible medium of security properties expression, and to enlarge the BRUTUS model checker with a widely used specification language for cryptographic protocols.

AB - In the field of process algebras, the spi-calculus, a modified version of the π-calculus with encryption primitives, is indicated as an expressive specification language for cryptographic protocols. In spi-calculus basic security properties, such as secrecy and integrity can be formalized as may-testing equivalences which do not seem easily extendible to express other kinds of interesting properties such as, for example, anonymity. When, as a language for properties specification, temporal logics are used a more expressive power can be reached making possible to represent a wider class of properties. Recently, within the BRUTUS model checker, a first order temporal logic has been defined, making possible to express both basic and advanced properties, such as different kinds of authenticity and anonymity. In this work we define a spi-calculus dialect on which the BRUTUS logic can be interpreted with a double in our opinion, potential advantage: to provide the spi-calculus like languages with a temporal logics as a flexible medium of security properties expression, and to enlarge the BRUTUS model checker with a widely used specification language for cryptographic protocols.

KW - IR-64070

KW - EWI-1005

M3 - Report

BT - A BRUTUS Logic for a Spi-Calculus Dialect

ER -