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On Delegatability of Four Designated Verifier Signatures [chapter]

Yong Li, Helger Lipmaa, Dingyi Pei
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Briefly, in a non-delegatable DVS scheme, neither a signer nor a designated verifier can delegate the signing rights to any third party T without revealing their secret keys.  ...  In a paper recently published in ICALP 2005, Lipmaa, Wang and Bao identified a new essential security property, non-delegatability, of designated verifier signature (DVS) schemes.  ...  An n-DVS scheme is universal if it contains a conventional signing algorithm (w.r.t. no designated verifier) and an arbitrary entity can convert the conventional signature to a signature w.r.t. an arbitrary  ... 
doi:10.1007/11602897_6 fatcat:ohjqp74klvc7pabs226jp26zeu

Designated Verifier Signature Schemes: Attacks, New Security Notions and a New Construction [chapter]

Helger Lipmaa, Guilin Wang, Feng Bao
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Designated verifier signature scheme, non-delegatability, nonprogrammable random oracle model, signature scheme.  ...  In addition, we identify a new security property-non-delegatability-that is essential for designated-verifier signatures, and show that several previously proposed designated-verifier schemes are delegatable  ...  and a proxy, and (b) the signatures are universally verifiable.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11523468_38 fatcat:wrkl5jfojbdjhfiydaub2tag6a

A Hash-Based Quantum-Resistant Designated Verifier Signature Scheme

P. Thanalakshmi, R. Anitha, N. Anbazhagan, Chulho Park, Gyanendra Prasad Joshi, Changho Seo
2022 Mathematics  
Jakobsson et al. proposed the Designated Verifier Signature (DVS) system, which only allows the intended verifier to validate a message's signature.  ...  Digital signatures are unsuitable for specific applications that are sensitive on a personal or commercial level because they are universally verifiable.  ...  However, the above signature schemes are universally verifiable. Hence, they are unsuitable for applications where the intended verifier alone has to verify the signature.  ... 
doi:10.3390/math10101642 fatcat:cnfe3qovw5ha7dzfzruqjqhkpu

Efficient strong designated verifier signature schemes without random oracle or with non-delegatability

Qiong Huang, Guomin Yang, Duncan S. Wong, Willy Susilo
2011 International Journal of Information Security  
Efficient strong designated verifier signature schemes without random oracle or with non-delegatability.  ...  Abstract Designated verifier signature (DVS) allows a signer to convince a designated verifier that a signature is generated by the signer without letting the verifier transfer the conviction to others  ...  Steinfeld, Bull, Wang and Pieprzyk [26] studied another variant of DVS, named universal designated verifier signature (UDVS), in which a (standard) signature holder can designate any third party as the  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10207-011-0146-1 fatcat:ry2uo5xk5jhtfjen3gyjlyjf2e

A New Efficient Identity-based Strong Designated Verifier Signature Scheme with Message Recovery

Min Li
2015 International Journal of Hybrid Information Technology  
Unfortunately, in 2010 Lee, et al., [8] showed that Kang, et al., new schemes in [6] are universally forgeable, that is, anyone can generate a signature on an arbitrarily chosen message without the secret  ...  designated verifier signature, since the verification of the signature needs the designated verifier's private key as input.  ...  IBSDVSMR without the knowledge of the private key of either the signer or the designated verifier.  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijhit.2015.8.3.16 fatcat:ljxnt7xzx5dbrpfqrmezhegubq

Extending the security assertion markup language to support delegation for Web services and grid services

Jun Wang, D. Del Vecchio, M. Humphrey
2005 IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS'05)  
By leveraging existing Web Services standards, we make it easier for Grid practitioners to build and consume Web and Grid Services without resorting to Grid-specific protocols.  ...  We develop a set of verification rules for delegation tokens that rely on WS-Security X.509 signatures, but do not force any trust relationship between the delegatee and the target service.  ...  The University of Virginia authors are supported in part by the US National Science Foundation under grants ACI-0203960, SCI-0438263, SCI-0426972, the Department of Energy Early Career program (to Humphrey  ... 
doi:10.1109/icws.2005.59 dblp:conf/icws/WangVH05 fatcat:qwabw4z535b5hm6sb3ymzbh3ge

Certificateless Strong Designated Verifier Signature Scheme

Zibi Xiao, Bo Yang, Shougui Li
2010 2010 2nd International Conference on E-business and Information System Security  
In this paper, we propose the first certificateless strong designated verifier signature scheme with non-delegatability.  ...  The designated verifier signature only enables the designated verifier to check the correctness of the signature, while any third party can not verify whether this signature is valid or not.  ...  Remark: Especially, we present the significance of the non-delegatability property for a designated verifier signature in real applications briefly.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ebiss.2010.5473435 fatcat:io33cqbgkfgszfaydn5lva4ej4

Generic constructions for universal designated-verifier signatures and identity-based signatures from standard signatures

S.F. Shahandashti, R. Safavi-Naini
2009 IET Information Security  
We discuss possible extensions of our constructions to hierarchical identity-based signatures, identity-based universal designated verifier signatures, and identitybased ring signatures from any signature  ...  We give a generic construction for universal designated-verifier signature schemes from a large class, C, of signature schemes. The resulting schemes are efficient and have two important properties.  ...  The first author extends his thanks to the i core Information Security Lab of the University of Calgary for hosting him during part of the work.  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-ifs.2009.0036 fatcat:ggrfwdhvbbbitj7okjgle6rmme

Identity Based Strong Designated Verifier Signature Scheme

Phani Kumar Kancharla, Shailaja Gummadidala, Ashutosh Saxena
2007 Informatica  
We propose an Identity Based Strong Designated Verifier Signature (IBSDVS) scheme using bilinear pairings. Designated Verifier Signature finds application in e-voting, auctions and call for tenders.  ...  We also show that the problem of delegatability does not exist in our scheme.  ...  Lipmaa et al. (2005) pointed out an attack called delegatability on DVS and SDVS schemes, where Alice can delegate her signing ability, with respect to a fixed designated verifier, to a third party without  ... 
doi:10.15388/informatica.2007.174 fatcat:u76zknokpfhwlngjjg3wfshv4m

Delegatable Attribute-Based Anonymous Credentials from Dynamically Malleable Signatures [chapter]

Johannes Blömer, Jan Bobolz
2018 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we introduce the notion of delegatable attribute-based anonymous credentials (DAAC).  ...  Instead, we introduce a novel approach for which we identify a new primitive we call dynamically malleable signatures (DMS) as the main ingredient. This primitive may be of independent interest.  ...  Commuting signatures and verifiable encryption and an application to non-interactively delegatable credentials. IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive, 2010. [Lys02] Anna Lysyanskaya.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-93387-0_12 fatcat:6dq7efgsprgb3fzkcmjvewe63m

Delegatable Homomorphic Encryption with Applications to Secure Outsourcing of Computation [chapter]

Manuel Barbosa, Pooya Farshim
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
These schemes are not fully verifiable.  ...  PubProbGen(m): Non-interactive) Outsourcing of Computation Prior work: Literature from complexity theory: PCPs + CS proofs, where verifier checks a small/const number of bits of the proof.  ...  Delegation of Computation without Rejection Problem from Designated Verifier CS-proofs, ePrint 2011. Targeted Malleability: Homomorphic Encryption for Restricted Computations, ITCS 2012. . . .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-27954-6_19 fatcat:gvcrpudbcfguna7bbp45su3zyy

An ID-based multi-signer universal designated multi-verifier signature scheme

Ting-Yi Chang
2011 Information and Computation  
In an ID-based universal designated verifier signature scheme, a single signer generates a signature that can only be verified by a designated verifier using a simplified public identity such as an e-mail  ...  An ID-based multisigner universal designated multi-verifier signature scheme based on bilinear pairings is proposed that allows a set of multi-signer to cooperatively generate a signature and designate  ...  [24] identified a new security property for designated verifier signatures: the non-delegatability.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ic.2011.03.002 fatcat:4qklyfmytvbvvjsobzj5ix2svu

A Strong Designated Verifier Proxy Re-Signature Scheme for IoT Environments

Xiao-Dong Yang, Li-Kun Xiao, Chun-Lin Chen, Cai-Fen Wang
2018 Symmetry  
Strong designated-verifier proxy re-signature (SDVPRS) is a new cryptographic technology that combines the advantages of strong designated verifier signature and proxy re-signature.  ...  Nevertheless, designing a secure SDVPRS scheme without random oracles is still a challenging task. In this paper, we mainly focus on such a construction by providing a new method.  ...  [49] designed two SDVS schemes without random oracles. The researchers also proposed some variants of DVS such as universal DVS [50, 51] and multi-verifier DVS [52, 53] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/sym10110580 fatcat:fyn3i6kurzfspjn6hqfzbbmf3q

Malleable Signatures: New Definitions and Delegatable Anonymous Credentials

Melissa Chase, Markulf Kohlweiss, Anna Lysyanskaya, Sarah Meiklejohn
2014 2014 IEEE 27th Computer Security Foundations Symposium  
Finally, we construct delegatable anonymous credentials from signatures that are malleable with respect to an appropriate class of transformations (that we show our malleable signature supports).  ...  signature scheme.  ...  delegatable functional signatures (as introduced by Backes et al  ... 
doi:10.1109/csf.2014.22 dblp:conf/csfw/ChaseKLM14 fatcat:oubti4jpubgqzaoe7evodrpzuq

New Extensions of Pairing-Based Signatures into Universal Designated Verifier Signatures [chapter]

Damien Vergnaud
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The concept of universal designated verifier signatures was introduced by Steinfeld, Bull, Wang and Pieprzyk at Asiacrypt 2003.  ...  These signatures can be used as standard publicly verifiable digital signatures but have an additional functionality which allows any holder of a signature to designate the signature to any desired verifier  ...  Indeed, in this paper, we focus on UDVSs, and it is quite easy to see that, if the underlying designated verifier signature scheme is non-delegatable then the basic signature scheme is universally forgeable  ... 
doi:10.1007/11787006_6 fatcat:ierwoldzobbzremm75amwqzp7e
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