Dense Probabilistic Encryption

@inproceedings{Benaloh1994DensePE,
  title={Dense Probabilistic Encryption},
  author={Josh Benaloh},
  year={1994}
}
This paper describes a method of dense probabilistic encryption. Previous probabilistic encryption methods require large numbers of random bits and produce large amounts of ciphertext for the encryption of each bit of plaintext. This paper develops a method of probabilistic encryption in which the ratio of ciphertext text size to plaintext size and the proportion of random bits to plaintext can both be made arbitrarily close to one. The methods described here have applications which are not in… CONTINUE READING
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