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A mod N 1N2) mod N 1 = N2' -l NIN2~~~IY + J z N IN2) mod N I (a mod N I ) (NIN2X+NIY+Z) mod N I z Hence the proof. THEOREM 3 For any two messages m and m, such that m, m< NI , N 2 , [m, K I x K21 == [m, K i l mod N I if and only if m = m (5) [m, K I x K 21 == [m, K21 mod N2 if and only if m = m (6) where K I is the key (e, NI), K 2 is the key (e, N2) and KI x K2 is the product key (e, N I N2) ' Proof: The proof for (6) is similar to that for (5). Therefore, we only provide the proof for (5) . S.
Table 2. FTK evidence processing results (8 GB disk image). 60 Add Evidence step on Samba share (no legacy DEB support) Add Evidence step on Samba share (legacy DEB-enabled FS) Time 47 min. 56 sec. 59 min. 04 sec. 60's Add Evidence step on an 8 GB disk image. FTK was run on a 3 GHz Pentium 4 desktop with 2 GB of RAM. Access to the DEB-enabled file system was through Samba over a 100 Mb Ethernet connection. 7 GHz Thinkpad with 512 MB of RAM. Under Linux, with direct access to the DEB file system, the overhead is approximately 9%.
1 describes how a digest is prepared for the data and how the digest together with the data are fragmented using IDA. It also explains how a unique witness packet can be appended to each fragment to permit proofs of membership. 2 discusses the generation of fragment witnesses. Section 4 provides the conclusions. 44 2. ADVANCES IN DIGITAL FORENSICS II Establishing Secure Group Communication One of the biggest challenges for secure group communication is efficient group re-keying for dynamically mutating groups.