Efficient Verifiable Encryption (and Fair Exchange) of Digital Signatures

@inproceedings{Ateniese1999EfficientVE,
  title={Efficient Verifiable Encryption (and Fair Exchange) of Digital Signatures},
  author={Giuseppe Ateniese},
  booktitle={ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security},
  year={1999}
}
A fair exchange protocol allows two users to exchange items so that either each user gets the other's item or neither user does. In [2], verifiable encryption is introduced as a primitive that can be used to build extremely efficient fair exchange protocols where the items exchanged represent digital signatures. Such protocols may be used to digitally sign contracts. This paper presents new simple schemes for verifiable encryption of digital signatures. We make use of a trusted third party (TTP… CONTINUE READING
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