Provably unbreakable hyper-encryption in the limited access model

  title={Provably unbreakable hyper-encryption in the limited access model},
  author={Michael O. Rabin},
  journal={IEEE Information Theory Workshop on Theory and Practice in Information-Theoretic Security, 2005.},
Encryption is a fundamental building block for computer and communications technologies. Existing encryption methods depend for their security on unproven assumptions. We propose a new model, the limited access model for enabling a simple and practical provably unbreakable encryption scheme. A voluntary network of tens of thousands of computers each maintain and update random pages, and act as page server nodes. A sender and receiver share a random key K. They use K to randomly select the same… CONTINUE READING
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