Perfectly Secure Message Transmission Scheme against Rational Adversaries

Secure Message Transmission (SMT) is a two-party cryptographic scheme by which a sender securely and reliably sends messages to a receiver using n channels. Suppose that an adversary corrupts at most t out of n channels and makes eavesdropping or tampering over the corrupted channels. It is known that if t < n/2 then the perfect SMT (PSMT) in the… CONTINUE READING