Practical Yet Universally Composable Two-Server Password-Authenticated Secret Sharing

Password-Authenticated Secret Sharing (PASS) schemes, first introduced by Bagherzandi et al. at CCS 2011, allow users to distribute data among several servers so that the data can be recovered using a single human-memorizable password, but no single server (or collusion of servers up to a certain size) can mount an off-line dictionary attack on the password or learn anything about the data. The authors propose a new, Universally Composable (UC) security definition for the two-server case (2PASS) in the public-key setting that addresses a number of relevant limitations of the previous, non-UC definition.

Provided by: Brown University Topic: Security Date Added: Dec 2012 Format: PDF

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