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A fully collusion resistant broadcast, trace, and revoke system

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A fully collusion resistant broadcast, trace, and revoke system
We introduce a simple primitive called Augmented Broadcast Encryption (ABE) that is sufficient for constructing broadcast encryption, traitor-tracing, and trace-and-revoke systems. These ABE-based constructions are resistant to an arbitrary number of colluders and are secure against adaptive adversaries. Furthermore, traitor tracing requires no secrets and can be done by anyone. These broadcast systems are designed for broadcasting to arbitrary sets of users. We then construct a secure ABE system for which the resulting concrete trace-and-revoke system has ciphertexts and private keys of size N where N is the total number of users in the system. In particular, this is the first example of a fully collusion resistant broadcast system with sublinear size ciphertexts and private keys that is secure against adaptive adversaries. The system is publicly traceable.
Dan Boneh, Brent Waters
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where CCS
Authors Dan Boneh, Brent Waters
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