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2009
Springer

Short Redactable Signatures Using Random Trees

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Short Redactable Signatures Using Random Trees
Abstract. A redactable signature scheme for a string of objects supports verification even if multiple substrings are removed from the original string. It is important that the redacted string and its signature do not reveal anything about the content of the removed substrings. Existing schemes completely or partially leak a piece of information: the lengths of the removed substrings. Such length information could be crucial in many applications, especially when the removed substring has low entropy. We propose a scheme that can hide the length. Our scheme consists of two components. The first component H, which is a “collision resistant” hash, maps a string to an unordered set, whereby existing schemes on unordered sets can then be applied. However, a sequence of random numbers has to be explicitly stored and thus it produces a large signature of size at least (mk)-bits where m is the number of objects and k is the size of a key sufficiently large for cryptographic operations. T...
Ee-Chien Chang, Chee Liang Lim, Jia Xu
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where CTRSA
Authors Ee-Chien Chang, Chee Liang Lim, Jia Xu
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