Leakage-resilient certificateless public key encryption

@inproceedings{Xiong2013LeakageresilientCP,
  title={Leakage-resilient certificateless public key encryption},
  author={Hao Xiong and Tsz Hon Yuen and Cong Zhang and Siu-Ming Yiu and Yi Jun He},
  booktitle={AsiaPKC@AsiaCCS},
  year={2013}
}
In certificateless public key encryption (CL-PKE), the Private Key Generator (PKG) keeps a master secret key to generate a partial private key corresponding to a user's identity. Together with a secret value generated by the user, a full private key can be constructed for decryption. Traditional security model for CL-PKE assumes that (i) both the master secret key of the PKG and the full private key of the user under attack are in absolute secrecy; and (ii) the attacker can only obtain either… CONTINUE READING

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