Mechanical proofs about BW multi-party contract signing protocol
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We report on the verification of a multi-party contract signing protocol described by Baum-Waidner and Waidner (BW). Based on Paulson's inductive approach, we give the protocol model that includes infinitely many signatories and contract texts signing simultaneously. We consider composite attacks of the dishonest signatory and the external intruder, formalize cryptographic primitives and protocol arithmetic including attack model, show formal description of key distribution, and prove signature key secrecy theorems and fairness property theorems of the BW protocol using the interactive theorem, prover Isabelle/HOL.
Key wordsformal verification multi-party contract signing protocol inductive approach model
CLC numberTP 393. 04
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