Honest Verifier Zero-knowledge Arguments Applied

@inproceedings{Groth2004HonestVZ,
  title={Honest Verifier Zero-knowledge Arguments Applied},
  author={Jens Groth},
  year={2004}
}
We apply honest verifier zero-knowledge arguments to cryptographic protocols for non-malleable commitment, voting, anonymization and group signatures. For the latter three the random oracle model can be used to make them non-interactive. Unfortunately, the random oracle model is in some ways unreasonable, we present techniques to reduce the dependence on it. Several voting schemes have been suggested in the literature, among them a class of efficient protocols based on homomorphic threshold… CONTINUE READING
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