Quasi-Efficient Revocation of Group Signatures View Full Text


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DATE

2003

AUTHORS

Giuseppe Ateniese , Dawn Song , Gene Tsudik

ABSTRACT

Several interesting group signature schemes have been proposed to-date. However, in order for the entire group signature concept to become practical and credible, the problem of secure and efficient group member revocation must be addressed. In this paper, we construct a new revocation method for group signatures based on the signature scheme by Ateniese et al. [ACJT]. This new method represents an advance in the state-of-the-art since the only revocation schemes proposed thus far are either: 1) based on implicit revocation and the use of fixed time periods, or 2) require the signature size to be linear in the number of revoked members. Our method, in contrast, does not rely on time periods, offers constant-length signatures and constant work for the signer. More... »

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183-197

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