By Charanjit S. Jutla, Arnab Roy (auth.), Kazue Sako, Palash Sarkar (eds.)
The two-volume set LNCS 8269 and 8270 constitutes the refereed court cases of the nineteenth foreign convention at the concept and alertness of Cryptology and data, Asiacrypt 2013, held in Bengaluru, India, in December 2013. The fifty four revised complete papers provided have been rigorously chosen from 269 submissions. they're geared up in topical sections named: zero-knowledge, algebraic cryptography, theoretical cryptography, protocols, symmetric key cryptanalysis, symmetric key cryptology: schemes and research, side-channel cryptanalysis, message authentication codes, signatures, cryptography dependent upon actual assumptions, multi-party computation, cryptographic primitives, research, cryptanalysis and passwords, leakage-resilient cryptography, two-party computation, hash functions.
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4 4 Indeed, Micali and Reyzin  gave concrete counter-examples to show that standalone soundness does not imply concurrent soundness in the bare public key model. It is not diﬃcult to see that their results immediately extend to the bounded player model. 32 V. Goyal et al. Parameters: Security parameter n, number of players N = N (n), length parameter (N ).
E. without access to the secret key, then we call the scheme publicly-veriﬁable. While there is a well known reduction from hierarchical IBE to make an IBE scheme CCA2secure , that reduction does not make the scheme publicly-veriﬁable CCA2 in a useful manner. In the IBE setting, publicly-veriﬁable also requires that it be veriﬁable if the ciphertext is valid for the claimed identity. This can have interesting applications where the network can act as a ﬁlter. We show that our scheme above can be extended to be publicly-veriﬁable CCA2-fully-secure IBE with only two additional group elements in the ciphertext (and two additional group elements in the keys).
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