Identity-Based Broadcast Encryption Schemes for Open Networks

@article{Li2015IdentityBasedBE,
  title={Identity-Based Broadcast Encryption Schemes for Open Networks},
  author={Mingchu Li and Xiaodong Xu and Ruhan Zhuang and Cheng Guo and Xing Tan},
  journal={2015 Ninth International Conference on Frontier of Computer Science and Technology},
  year={2015},
  pages={104-109}
}
A Broadcast Encryption (BE) scheme allows a sender to safely transmit messages to a dynamically chosen set of system users via insecure channels. An identity-based encryption scheme is a public key encryption scheme that can take arbitrary strings as public keys. This paper presents an identity-based broadcast encryption scheme (IBBE) for open networks where senders, including the entities outside the system, have the ability to broadcast messages to any subset of the system users but only the… CONTINUE READING

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