OFMC

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OFMCOld Flying Machine Company (UK)
OFMCOhio Federation of Music Clubs
OFMCOptical Fibre Measurement Conference
OFMCOffice of Facilities Management and Construction (US Department of the Interior)
OFMCOrder of Friars Minor Conventual
OFMCOrbit-Following Monte-Carlo (physics)
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Finally, we employ the OFMC and CL-AtSe to verify that the proposed scheme maintains its security objectives even under various attacks.
Technique Summary OFMC Safe CL-AtSe Safe TABLE 2: DoS attack evaluation.
Vigano, "OFMC: a symbolic model checker for security protocols," International Journal of Information Security, vol.
The results of the simulation under the OFMC and CLAtSe back-ends are shown in Box 4, which clearly shows that our scheme is SAFE under each back-end.
The results of the simulation under the OFMC and CL-AtSe back-ends are shown in Fig.
role session (Ui, AS: agent, SKuas: symmetric_key, H, F: function) def= local H1, H2, R1, R2: channel (dy) composition user (Ui, AS, SKuas, H, F, H1, R1) [conjunction] applicationserver (Ui, AS, SKuas, H, F, H2, R2) end role role environment() def= const ui, as: agent, skuas: symmetric_key, h, f: function, cidi, yi, zi, t1, ys, zs, t3: text, as_ui_y2, sc1, sc2, sc3, sc4: protocol_id intruder-knowledge = ui, as, h, f, cidi, yi, zi, t1, ys, zs, t3 composition session(ui, as, skuas, h, f) A session(i, as, skuas, h, f) A session(ui, i, skuas, h, f) end role goal secrecy_of sc1, sc2, sc3, sc4 authentication_on as_ui_y2 end goal environment() ALGORITHM 5: The result of simulation using OFMC backends.
The result of the analysis using OFMC and CL-AtSe backends % OFMC % Version of 2006/02/13 SUMMARY SAFE DETAILS BOUNDED_NUMBER_OF_SES SIONS PROTOCOL C:\progra~ 1 \SPAN\testsuite GOAL as_specified BACKEND OFMC COMMENTS STATISTICS parseTime: 0.00s searchTime: 9.25s visitedNodes: 3510 nodes depth: 12 plies SUMMARY SAFE DETAILS BOUNDED_NUMBER_OF_SESSIONS TYPED_MODEL PROTOCOL C:\progra~1\SPAN\testsuite GOAL As Specified BACKEND CL-AtSe STATISTICS Analysed : 63 states Reachable : 63 states Translation: 0.09 seconds Computation: 0.00 seconds 7.3.
Algorithms 5 and 6 show the results on back-ends CL-AtSe and OFMC. Results for both the back-ends confirm that the protocol is SAFE which indicates that the protocol resists passive and active attacks.
It implements four different back-ends and abstraction based methods, called as On-the fly Model-Checker (OFMC), Constraint Logic based Attack Searcher (CL-AtSe), SAT-based Model-Checker (SATMC), and Tree Automata based on Automatic Approximations, for the Analysis of Security Protocol (TA4SP).
The AVISPA is a state-of-the-art automatic security analysis and validation tool which includes backend security verification servers like On-the-fly Model-Checker (OFMC), SAT-based Model-Checker (SATMC), Constraint-Logic-based Attack Searcher (CL-AtSe), and Tree Automata based on Automatic Approximations for the Analysis of Security Protocols (TA4SP).
There are four different verification back end tools use to analyze the IF specification namely, OFMC (On-the-Fly Model-Checker), CL-AtSe (Constraint Logic based Attack Searcher), SATMC (SAT-based Model Checker), TA4SP (Tree Automata based Protocol Analyser).
Results reported by the OFMC back-end % OFMC % Version of 2006/02/13 SUMMARY SAFE DETAILS BOUNDED_NUMBER_OF_SESSIONS PROTOCOL D:\SPAN\testsuite\results\LAPAWC.txtif GOAL as_specified BACKEND OFMC COMMENTS STATISTICS parseTime: 0.00s searchTime: 0.00s visitedNodes: 4 nodes depth: 2 plies We use the back-end analysis tool On-the-fly-Model-Checker (OFMC) to deal with the results translated from the HLPSL since OFMC is state-of-the-art both in terms of coverage and performance [15].