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Batch Verification and Finding Invalid Signatures in a Group Signature Scheme

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Executive Summary

Batch cryptography has been developed into two main branches - batch verification and batch identification. Batch verification is a method to determine whether a set of signatures contains invalid signatures, and batch identification is a method to find bad signatures if a set of signatures contains invalid signatures. Recently, some significant developments appeared in such field, especially by Ferrara et al. and Law et al., respectively. However, no batch identification method for group signature have been suggested. In this paper, by exploiting earlier works on standard signature schemes, the authors propose methods of batch verification and batch identification of a group signature scheme.

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