Tung-Tso Tsai

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Anonymous multi-receiver identity (ID)-based encryption (anonymous MIBE) allows a sender to use the identities of multiple receivers to encrypt messages such that only the selected receivers can decrypt the messages while nobody, except the sender, knows who the other selected receivers are. Recently, several anonymous MIBE schemes were proposed. However,(More)
With the rapid development in wireless communications and cloud computing technologies, clients (users) often use handheld mobile devices to access remote servers via open network channels. To provide authentication and confidentiality between clients and servers, a large number of ID-based authentication and key exchange (ID-AKE) protocols have been(More)
A multiserver architecture consisting of multiple servers provides resources and services for clients by way of open channels. Thus, a cryptographic protocol should be offered to ensure the legitimacy of both clients and servers, and to provide communication confidentiality. In the past, a large number of ID-based mutual authentication and key agreement(More)
Up to now, there was very little work on studying the revocation problem in existing hierarchical ID-based encryption (HIBE) systems. Certainly, all existing HIBE systems may inherit the revocation method suggested by Boneh and Franklin to revoke illegal or expired users, in which non-revoked users must periodically update their private keys using secure(More)
Revocation problem is a critical issue for key management of public key systems. Any certificate-based or identity (ID)-based public key systems must provide a revocation method to revoke misbehaving/compromised users from the public key systems. In the past, there was little work on studying the revocation problem of ID-based public key systems. Most(More)