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An Encryption Scheme based on Random Split of St-Gen Codes

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An Encryption Scheme based on Random Split of St-Gen Codes
Staircase-Generator codes (St-Gen codes) have recently been introduced in the design of code-based public key schemes and for the design of steganographic matrix embedding schemes. In this paper we propose a method for random splitting of St-Gen Codes and use it to design a new coding based public key encryption scheme. The scheme uses the known list decoding method for St-Gen codes, but introduces a novelty in the creation of the public and private key. We modify the classical approach for hiding the structure of the generator matrix by introducing a technique for splitting it into random parts. This approach counters the weaknesses found in the previous constructions of public key schemes using St-Gen codes. Our initial software implementation shows that encryption using Random Split of St-Gen Codes compared to original St-Gen Codes is slower by a linear factor in the number of random splits of the St-Gen code, while the decryption complexity remains the same. Keywords Public Key Cr...
Simona Samardjiska, Danilo Gligoroski
Added 03 Apr 2016
Updated 03 Apr 2016
Type Journal
Year 2016
Where IACR
Authors Simona Samardjiska, Danilo Gligoroski
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