Efficient Coercion Resistant Public Key Encryption

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Provided by: Computer Science Journals
Topic: Security
Format: PDF
The notion of deniable encryption has been known in the literature since its introduction in as coercion resistant encryption schemes that allow the user (sender and/or receiver) to escape a coercion attempted by a coercive adversary. The schemes allow the user to open fake message(s) to the coercer that when verified gives the same cipher text as the true message, while the receiver is always able to decrypt for the true message. In this paper, the authors focus on sender-incoercible encryption.
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