Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2012/104
Provably Secure Generic Construction of Certificate Based Signature from Certificateless Signature in Standard Model
Wei Gao and Guilin Wang and Kefei Chen and Xueli Wang
Abstract: Both certificateless cryptography (CLC) and certificate-based cryptography (CBC) are two novel public key paradigms which combine the merits of traditional public key cryptography (PKC) and
identity-based cryptography (IBC). They succeed in avoiding the key escrow problem in IBC and reducing the public key management overhead in traditional PKC. This paper deals with the generic construction of certificate based signature (CBS) from certificateless signature (CLS). Wu et al. proposed the first generic conversion from CLS to CBS provably secure in the random oracle model.
This paper proposes an intuitive, simple and provably secure generic conversion from CLS to CBS. The security for this conversion is proved in the standard model. To develope the security proof of this conversion, we put forth one novel security model which introduces a previously neglected notrivial attack and better captures the CLS security notion. Following this generic conversion, a provably secure CLS scheme is constructed as an example.
Category / Keywords: certificateless signature\sep certificate based signature\sep identity based signature\sep provable security
Date: received 26 Feb 2012, last revised 27 Apr 2012
Contact author: sdgaowei at gmail com
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