Advances in Cryptology — EUROCRYPT ’90: Workshop on the by Mike V. D. Burmester, Yvo Desmedt (auth.), Ivan Bjerre

By Mike V. D. Burmester, Yvo Desmedt (auth.), Ivan Bjerre Damgård (eds.)

Eurocrypt is a convention dedicated to all points of cryptologic examine, either theoretical and sensible, backed by way of the overseas organization for Cryptologic study (IACR). Eurocrypt ninety happened in Åarhus, Denmark, in may well 1990. From the eighty five papers submitted, forty two have been chosen for presentation on the convention and for inclusion during this quantity. as well as the formal contributions, brief abstracts of a couple of casual talks are incorporated in those court cases. The court cases are geared up into periods on protocols, number-theoretic algorithms, boolean features, binary sequences, implementations, combinatorial schemes, cryptanalysis, new cryptosystems, signatures and authentication, and impromptu talks.

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Public-Randomness in Public-Key Cryptography ABSTRACT EXTENDED Alfred0 Dipartimento De San&* di Informatica Universith Giuseppe Persianot Aiken ed Applicazioni Harvard di Salerno S4081 Baronissi Comp. (Salerno), University Cambridge, Italy Lab. MA 02138 Abstract In this work WC investigate of Public-key cryptosystcms. the power of Public Randomness in the context We consider the Diffie-Bellman Public-key model in which random an additional short string is shared by all users. This, which we call Public-Key Public-Randomness (PKPR) model, is very powerful as we show that it supports simple non-interactive implementations of important cryptographic primitives.

A message is written in b q form and let us say c is the next bit to send. / A where Res is the lowest numbered element of the set of residues Alice got fromBob which is not used for other messages. Then A and B are interchanged precisely if their values were not in a natural order. After this the two residues are send in their natural ordering to Bob. Bob checks that the product is either an element of the list of residues he send Alice at the start of the main protocol or of the form Jtimes such an element (and identical to produds of p a b for sending other bits of the same message).

Public-Randomness in Public-Key Cryptography ABSTRACT EXTENDED Alfred0 Dipartimento De San&* di Informatica Universith Giuseppe Persianot Aiken ed Applicazioni Harvard di Salerno S4081 Baronissi Comp. (Salerno), University Cambridge, Italy Lab. MA 02138 Abstract In this work WC investigate of Public-key cryptosystcms. the power of Public Randomness in the context We consider the Diffie-Bellman Public-key model in which random an additional short string is shared by all users. This, which we call Public-Key Public-Randomness (PKPR) model, is very powerful as we show that it supports simple non-interactive implementations of important cryptographic primitives.

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