Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2020/1027

Certificate-Based Parallel Key-Insulated Aggregate Signature Against Fully Chosen-Key Attacks for Industrial Internet of Things

Hu Xiong and Yingzhe Hou and Xin Huang and Saru Kumari

Abstract: With the emergence of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), numerous operations based on smart devices contribute to producing convenience and comfortable applications for individuals and organizations. Considering the untrusted feature of the communication channels in IIoT, it is essential to ensure the authentication and incontestableness of the messages transmitted in the IIoT. In this paper, we firstly proposed a certificate-based parallel key-insulated aggregate signature (CB-PKIAS), which can resist the fully chosen-key attacks. Concretely, the adversary who can obtain the private keys of all signers in the system is able to forge a valid aggregate signature by using the invalid single signature. Furthermore, our scheme inherits the merits of certificate-based and key-insulated to avoid the certificate management problem, key escrow problems as well as the key exposures simultaneously. In addition, the rigorous analysis and the concrete simulation experiment demonstrated that our proposed scheme is secure under the random oracle and more suitable for the IIoT environment.

Category / Keywords: public-key cryptography / IIoT, Certificate-based, Aggregate Signature, Key-Insulated, Fully Chosen-Key Attacks

Date: received 25 Aug 2020

Contact author: hyzpaxl at gmail com

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Version: 20200827:031236 (All versions of this report)

Short URL: ia.cr/2020/1027


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