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FC
2004
Springer
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10 years 6 months ago
Identity-Based Chameleon Hash and Applications
Chameleon signatures are non-interactive signatures based on a hash-and-sign paradigm, and similar in efficiency to regular signatures. The distinguishing characteristic of chamel...
Giuseppe Ateniese, Breno de Medeiros
ISW
2004
Springer
10 years 6 months ago
Chameleon Hashing Without Key Exposure
Abstract. Chameleon signatures are based on well established hashand-sign paradigm, where a chameleon hash function is used to compute the cryptographic message digest. Chameleon s...
Xiaofeng Chen, Fangguo Zhang, Kwangjo Kim
CTRSA
2007
Springer
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10 years 7 months ago
A Practical and Tightly Secure Signature Scheme Without Hash Function
In 1999, two signature schemes based on the flexible RSA problem (a.k.a. strong RSA problem) were independently introduced: the Gennaro-Halevi-Rabin (GHR) signature scheme and the...
Benoît Chevallier-Mames, Marc Joye
NDSS
2000
IEEE
10 years 5 months ago
Chameleon Signatures
Abstract. Chameleon signatures simultaneously provide the properties of nonrepudiation and non-transferability for the signed message. However, the initial constructions of chamele...
Hugo Krawczyk, Tal Rabin
SCN
2004
Springer
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On the Key Exposure Problem in Chameleon Hashes
Chameleon signatures were introduced by Krawczyk and Rabin, being non-interactive signature schemes that provide non-transferability. However, that first construction employs a c...
Giuseppe Ateniese, Breno de Medeiros
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