Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2021/1665

Leakage-Resilient IBE/ABE with Optimal Leakage Rates from Lattices

Qiqi Lai and Feng-Hao Liu and Zhedong Wang

Abstract: We derive the first adaptively secure IBE and ABE for t-CNF, and selectively secure ABE for general circuits from lattices, with $1-o(1)$ leakage rates, in the both relative leakage model and bounded retrieval model (BRM).

To achieve this, we first identify a new fine-grained security notion for ABE -- partially adaptive/selective security, and instantiate this notion from LWE. Then, by using this notion, we design a new key compressing mechanism for identity-based/attributed-based weak hash proof system (IB/AB-wHPS) for various policy classes, achieving (1) succinct secret keys and (2) adaptive/selective security matching the existing non-leakage resilient lattice-based designs. Using the existing connection between weak hash proof system and leakage resilient encryption, the succinct-key IB/AB-wHPS can yield the desired leakage resilient IBE/ABE schemes with the optimal leakage rates in the relative leakage model. Finally, by further improving the prior analysis of the compatible locally computable extractors, we can achieve the optimal leakage rates in the BRM.

Category / Keywords: public-key cryptography /

Original Publication (with major differences): IACR-PKC-2022

Date: received 19 Dec 2021

Contact author: laiqq at snnu edu cn, fenghao liu at fau edu, wzdstill at sjtu edu cn

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