Auditable Credential Anonymity Revocation Based on Privacy-Preserving Smart Contracts

@inproceedings{Li2019AuditableCA,
  title={Auditable Credential Anonymity Revocation Based on Privacy-Preserving Smart Contracts},
  author={Rujia Li and David Galindo and Qi Wang},
  booktitle={DPM/CBT@ESORICS},
  year={2019}
}
  • Rujia Li, David Galindo, Qi Wang
  • Published in DPM/CBT@ESORICS 2019
  • Computer Science
  • Anonymity revocation is an essential component of credential issuing systems since unconditional anonymity is incompatible with pursuing and sanctioning credential misuse. However, current anonymity revocation approaches have shortcomings with respect to the auditability of the revocation process. In this paper, we propose a novel anonymity revocation approach based on privacy-preserving blockchain-based smart contracts, where the code self-execution property ensures availability and public… CONTINUE READING

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