Identity Based Threshold Ring Signature

  title={Identity Based Threshold Ring Signature},
  author={Sherman S. M. Chow and Lucas Chi Kwong Hui and Siu-Ming Yiu},
In threshold ring signature schemes, any group of t entities spontaneously conscript arbitrarily n − t entities to generate a publicly verifiable t-out-of-n signature on behalf of the whole group, yet the actual signers remain anonymous. The spontaneity of these schemes is desirable for ad-hoc groups such as mobile ad-hoc networks. In this paper, we present an identity based (ID-based) threshold ring signature scheme. The scheme is provably secure in the random oracle model and provides trusted… CONTINUE READING
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