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Deployment of Threshold Signatures for Securing Bitcoin Transactions
Tran, Minh ; Dzurenda, Petr
Blockchain technology, especially Bitcoin, has revolutionizedhow we think about and manage financial transactions.However, with the increasing demand and usage of blockchaintechnology, the security of cryptocurrency wallets has become acritical concern. Threshold signatures offer a promising solutionto this problem, allowing multiple parties to sign a transactionwithout revealing their private keys. This article presents an Androidmobile Bitcoin wallet application that uses Schnorr-basedthreshold signatures. The application also deploys smartwatchintegration for enhanced security and usability. This integrationprovides an additional layer of security by requiring physicalconfirmation from the user before approving any transaction.Our implementation provides a secure and efficient platform formanaging Bitcoin assets using threshold signatures while alsoproviding an intuitive and easy-to-use interface for interactingwith the application.
Advanced security for blockchain transactions
Tran, Minh ; Člupek, Vlastimil (referee) ; Dzurenda, Petr (advisor)
Blockchain technology, especially Bitcoin, has revolutionized how we think about and manage financial transactions. However, with the increasing demand and usage of blockchain technology, the security of cryptocurrency wallets has become a critical concern. Threshold signatures offer a promising solution to this problem, allowing multiple parties to sign a transaction without revealing their private keys. This article presents an Android mobile Bitcoin wallet application that uses Schnorr-based threshold signatures. The application also deploys smartwatch integration for enhanced security and usability. This integration provides an additional layer of security by requiring physical confirmation from the user before approving any transaction. Our implementation provides a secure and efficient platform for managing Bitcoin assets using threshold signatures while also providing an intuitive and easy-to-use interface for interacting with the application.
Security of authentication protocols
Tran, Minh ; Člupek, Vlastimil (referee) ; Dzurenda, Petr (advisor)
This thesis deals with the security of authentication protocols. The aim of the thesis is to analyze current security threats and attacks on current card systems mainly JavaCard and Mifare. And then to create a mobile application using Android platform with NFC and HCE functions, which realises the founded attacks. These attacks are relay attack and card cloning. Mobile side of the application is written in Kotlin programming language and server side in JavaScript, EJS and CSS. In the end attacks on EMV and access system of an unnamed university are demonstrated.

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