Encapsulated Key

@inproceedings{Bellare1996EncapsulatedK,
  title={Encapsulated Key},
  author={Mihir Bellare and Shafi Goldwasser},
  year={1996}
}
The widespread need for encryption for private communication and stored information poses a problem when there exists an authority, such as the governement or business employer, who under some predetermined set of circumstances, needs to be able to obtain access to information and communication of selected users. Key-escrow is the main solution considered to ensure the ability of an authority to wiretap communictaion. The main objection to all current Key-escrow proposals is that they assume… CONTINUE READING
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