Taraneh Eghlidos

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A multi-stage secret sharing (MSS) scheme is a method of sharing a number of secrets among a set of participants, such that any authorized subset of participants could recover one secret in every stage. The first MSS scheme was proposed by He and Dawson in 1994, based on Shamir's well-known secret sharing scheme and one-way functions. Several other schemes(More)
—Goldreich-Goldwasser-Halevi (GGH) public key cryptosystem is an instance of lattice-based cryptosystems whose security is based on the hardness of lattice problems. In fact, GGH cryptosystem is the lattice version of the first code-based cryptosystem, proposed by McEliece. However, it has a number of drawbacks such as; large public key length and low(More)
In this paper, we propose two new frameworks for joint en-cryption encoding schemes based on polar codes, namely efficient and secure joint secret/public key encryption channel coding schemes. The issue of using new coding structure, i.e. polar codes in McEliece-like and RN-like schemes is addressed. Cryptanalysis methods show that the proposed schemes have(More)
In a Multistage Secret Sharing (MSSS) scheme, the authorized subsets of participants could reconstruct a number of secrets in consecutive stages. A One-Stage Multisecret Sharing (OSMSS) scheme is a special case of MSSS schemes that all secrets are recovered simultaneously. In these schemes, in addition to the individual shares, the dealer should provide the(More)