A Generic Approach for Providing Revocation Support in Secret Handshake
Conference Proceeding Article
Privacy protection and user revocation are essentially conflicting requirements in many cryptographic protocols. It is a particularly challenging problem to harmonize them in a secret handshake protocol that is geared to offering strong privacy protection on the participants' group membership in the protocol execution. In this paper, we study this problem and propose a generic approach to provide revocation support in secret handshake protocols, without sacrificing the notion of privacy preserving. The main building block of our approach is CGC (Confidential Group Communication), a primitive formulated in this paper, and we present a concrete instantiation so as to realize our generic approach.
Information Security and Trust
Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Information and Communications Security ICICS'12
YANG, Yanjiang; LU, Haibing; WENG, Jian; DING, Xuhua; and ZHOU, Jianying.
A Generic Approach for Providing Revocation Support in Secret Handshake. (2012). Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Information and Communications Security ICICS'12. 276-284. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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