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SPEC: An equivalence checker for the spi-calculus (Version 0.3)
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SPEC version 0.3 ---------------- Webpage: http://www.ntu.edu.sg/home/atiu/spec-prover/ About SPEC ---------- SPEC (for Spi-calculus Equivalence Checker) is an equivalence checker for a version of Abadi and Gordon's spi-calculus. The spi-calculus has been used to encode security protocols and, via a notion of observational equivalence, been used to reason about security properties such as secrecy and authentication. SPEC implements a process equivalence checking procedure based on the paper by Alwen Tiu and Jeremy Dawson (presented in the IEEE Computer Security Foundations symposium in 2010). SPEC is implemented on top of a modified version of the Bedwyr logical framework (see http://slimmer.gforge.inria.fr/bedwyr). The modified Bedwyr codes are included in this distribution. Compiling SPEC -------------- Download and unpack the distribution in a directory of your choice. Below we assume the directory is called `spec' in the user's home directory. SPEC, and the Bedwyr engine it relies on, are implemented using the Ocaml language, so you will need to have Ocaml installed to compile SPEC. To compile the system, use the following commands: # cd $HOME/spec # ./configure # make Running SPEC ------------- # src/spec See the user manual included in the distribution (in the directory `doc') for more information.