A Separation Between Selective and Full-Identity Security Notions for Identity-Based Encryption

Abstract

Identity-based encryption has attracted a lot of attention since the publication of the scheme by Boneh and Franklin. In this work we compare the two adversarial models previously considered in the literature, namely the full and selective-identity models. Remarkably, we show that the strongest security level with respect to selective-identity attacks (i.e… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/11751595_35

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@inproceedings{Galindo2006ASB, title={A Separation Between Selective and Full-Identity Security Notions for Identity-Based Encryption}, author={David Galindo}, booktitle={ICCSA}, year={2006} }