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Constant Size Ring Signature Without Random Oracle

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Constant Size Ring Signature Without Random Oracle
Ring signature enables an user to anonymously sign a message on behalf of a group of users termed as ‘ring’ formed in an ‘ad-hoc’ manner. A naive scheme produces a signature linear in the size of the ring, but this is extremely inefficient when ring size is large. Dodis et al. proposed a constant size scheme in EUROCRYPT’13, but provably secure in random oracle model. Best known result without random oracle is a sub-linear size construction by Chandran et al. in ICALP’07 and a follow-up work by Essam Ghadafi in IMACC’13. Therefore, construction of a constant size ring signature scheme without random oracle meeting stringent security requirement still remains as an interesting open problem. Our first contribution is a generic technique to convert a compatible signature scheme to a constantsized ring signature scheme. The technique employs a constant size set membership check that may be of independent interest. Our construction is instantiated over asymmetric pairing of ...
Priyanka Bose, Dipanjan Das 0002, Chandrasekaran P
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Type Journal
Year 2015
Where ACISP
Authors Priyanka Bose, Dipanjan Das 0002, Chandrasekaran Pandu Rangan
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