One-Way Chain Based Broadcast Encryption Schemes

@inproceedings{Jho2005OneWayCB,
  title={One-Way Chain Based Broadcast Encryption Schemes},
  author={Nam-Su Jho and Jung Yeon Hwang and Jung Hee Cheon and Myung-Hwan Kim and Dong Hoon Lee and Eun Sun Yoo},
  booktitle={EUROCRYPT},
  year={2005}
}
We propose a new broadcast encryption scheme based on the idea of 'one key per each punctured interval'. Let r be the number of revoked users. In our scheme with p-punctured c-intervals, the transmission overhead is roughly r p+1 as r grows. Our scheme is very flexible with two parameters p and c. We may take p as large as possible if a user device allows a large key storage, and set c as small as possible if the storage size and the computing power is limited. As variants of the proposed… CONTINUE READING

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