Dynamic Searchable Symmetric Encryption Schemes Supporting Range Queries with Forward (and Backward) Security

@article{Zuo2018DynamicSS,
  title={Dynamic Searchable Symmetric Encryption Schemes Supporting Range Queries with Forward (and Backward) Security},
  author={Cong Zuo and Shifeng Sun and Joseph K. Liu and Jun Shao and Josef Pieprzyk},
  journal={IACR Cryptol. ePrint Arch.},
  year={2018},
  volume={2018},
  pages={628}
}
Dynamic searchable symmetric encryption (DSSE) is a useful cryptographic tool in encrypted cloud storage. [] Key Method One is forward-secure and supports a large number of documents. The other can achieve both forward security and backward security, while it can only support a limited number of documents. Finally, we also give the security proofs of the proposed DSSE schemes in the random oracle model.

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