A webpage containing all the publications related to APTE, Algorithm for Proving Trace Equivalence is now available.
Eventually, this webpage will also list the different usages of APTE in the academic literature of computer science. As such, do not hesitate to send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want your paper/tool/… to be listed on this webpage.
A minor release of APTE soon after the major release of v0.3beta. You can download it here or on the download page.
- Fix of a stack overflow problem.
- The parser now handles properly the declared constants
- Addition of three new examples: Unlinkability of the Passive Authentication protocol of the electronic passport (without considering length, the existing attack when considering the length of messages and lastly the fix)
Since APTE is still in a beta version, there will probably be regular releases until the release of the first stable version. Do not hesitate to send examples of processes or bug reports at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The new release of APTE is out. We went from an alpha version to a beta version. It does not mean that there is no bug anymore but much less.
You can download it here APTE v0.3beta or on the download page.
This new version improves greatly the speed of the algorithm. Typically, executing one session of a protocol takes less than a second whereas it was around 1-3 minutes before. For two sessions of some protocols, it can still take around one/two hours. Some tests are currently performed for three sessions of some protocols
- Major modifications in the source code including the interfaces
- Optimization of the algorithm. Some examples that took 80 seconds in 0.2alpha to be executed are now executed in less than a second. (see the examples corresponding to the private authentication protocol in the archive)
- Several fixes of bugs
- First draft of documentation
- Improvements of the user interface
Welcome to the new website for the automatic cryptographic protocol verifier APTE: Algorithm for Proving Trace Equivalence. This tool is a decision procedure for proving trace equivalence between two processes for a bounded number of sessions. Trace equivalence can be used to model cryptographic security properties such that privacy, anonymity, unlinkability, receipt-freeness… APTE can handle several cryptographic primitives: symmetric and asymmetric encryption / decryption, digital signature, hash functions, pairing and any one-way function.
All the new versions of APTE will be available for download on this website.
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