Tom Roeder, Rafael Pass, and Fred B. Schneider
Multi-verifier signatures generalize public-key signatures to a secret-key setting. Just like public-key signatures, these signatures are both transferable and secure under arbitrary (unbounded) adaptive chosen-message attacks. In contrast to public-key signature schemes, however, we exhibit practical constructions of multi-verifier signature schemes that are provably secure and are based only on pseudorandom functions in the plain model without any random oracles.
|Published in||Journal of Cryptology|
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