Private Query on Encrypted Data in Multi-User Setting
Conference Proceeding Article
Searchable encryption schemes allow users to perform keyword based searches on an encrypted database. Almost all existing such schemes only consider the scenario where a single user acts as both the data owner and the querier. However, most databases in practice do not just serve one user; instead, they support search and write operations by multiple users. In this paper, we systematically study searchable encryption in a practical multi-user setting. Our results include a set of security notions for multi-user searchable encryption as well as a construction which is provably secure under the newly introduced security notions.
Intelligent Systems and Decision Analytics
Information Security Practice and Experience: 4th International Conference, ISPEC 2008 Sydney, Australia, April 21-23: Proceedings
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BAO, Feng; DENG, Robert H.; DING, Xuhua; and YANG, Yanjiang.
Private Query on Encrypted Data in Multi-User Setting. (2008). Information Security Practice and Experience: 4th International Conference, ISPEC 2008 Sydney, Australia, April 21-23: Proceedings. 4991, 71-85. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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