Two Constructions of Multireceiver Encryption Supporting Constant Keys, Short Ciphertexts, and Identity Privacy

Provided by: International Journal of Network Security
Topic: Security
Format: PDF
Multi-receiver encryption is an efficient fashion in sending a message securely in such a way that more than one designated recipients can decrypt it. Multi-receiver encryption enables a sender to encrypt a message and transmit it to a subset of authorized users, which is known as an efficient protocol to achieve a secure multicast among the authorized user set while no one outside this set can decrypt the message. Multi-receiver encryption has lots of application requirements such as TV pay, wireless broadcast, mobile devices and smart card.

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