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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
This paper introduces a cryptographic paradigm called selfescrowed encryption, a concept initiated by kleptography. In simple words, a self-escrowed public-key cryptosystem features the property that the scheme's public and private keys are connected to each other by the mean of an other cryptosystem, called the master scheme. We apply this notion to the design of auto-recoverable autocertifiable cryptosystems, a solution to software key escrow due to Young and Yung, and provide a newdoi:10.1007/10719994_20 fatcat:afkxlod25fbihhepq6d3tg32qi