Signcryption from randomness recoverable public key encryption

@article{Li2010SigncryptionFR,
  title={Signcryption from randomness recoverable public key encryption},
  author={Chung Ki Li and Duncan S. Wong},
  journal={Inf. Sci.},
  year={2010},
  volume={180},
  pages={549-559}
}
We propose a new generic construction for signcryption and show that it is secure under the security models which are comparable to the security against adaptive chosen ciphertext attacks for public key encryption and the existential unforgeability against chosen message attacks for signature. In particular, the security models also capture the notion of insider security. The generic construction relies on the existence of a special class of efficient public key encryption schemes which allow… CONTINUE READING
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