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EUROCRYPT
2010
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On the Impossibility of Three-Move Blind Signature Schemes

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On the Impossibility of Three-Move Blind Signature Schemes
We investigate the possibility to prove security of the well-known blind signature schemes by Chaum, and by Pointcheval and Stern in the standard model, i.e., without random oracles. We subsume these schemes under a more general class of blind signature schemes and show that finding security proofs for these schemes via black-box reductions in the standard model is hard. Technically, our result deploys meta-reduction techniques showing that black-box reductions for such schemes could be turned into efficient solvers for hard non-interactive cryptographic problems like RSA or discrete-log. Our technique yields significantly stronger impossibility results than previous meta-reductions in other settings by playing off the two security requirements of the blind signatures (unforgeability and blindness).
Marc Fischlin, Dominique Schröder
Added 06 Dec 2010
Updated 06 Dec 2010
Type Conference
Year 2010
Where EUROCRYPT
Authors Marc Fischlin, Dominique Schröder
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