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Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering  2021 Vol.22 No.6 P.891-901


Post-quantum blind signcryption scheme from lattice

Author(s):  Huifang Yu, Lu Bai

Affiliation(s):  School of Cyberspace Security, Xi’an University of Posts and Telecommunications, Xi’an 710121, China

Corresponding email(s):   yuhuifang@xupt.edu.cn

Key Words:  Lattice-based cryptosystem, Blind signcryption, Post-quantum computing, Learning with error assumption, Small integer solution assumption

Huifang Yu, Lu Bai. Post-quantum blind signcryption scheme from lattice[J]. Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering, 2021, 22(6): 891-901.

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blind signcryption (BSC) can guarantee the blindness and untrackability of signcrypted messages, and moreover, it provides simultaneous unforgeability and confidentiality. Most traditional BSC schemes are based on the number theory. However, with the rapid development of quantum computing, traditional BSC systems are faced with severe security threats. As promising candidate cryptosystems with the ability to resist attacks from quantum computing, lattice-based cryptosystems have attracted increasing attention in academic fields. In this paper, a post-quantum blind signcryption scheme from lattice (PQ-LBSCS) is devised by applying BSC to lattice-based cryptosystems. PQ-LBSCS inherits the advantages of the lattice-based cryptosystem and blind signcryption technique. PQ-LBSCS is provably secure under the hard assumptions of the learning with error problem and small integer solution problem in the standard model. Simulations are carried out using the Matlab tool to analyze the computational efficiency, and the simulation results show that PQ-LBSCS is more efficient than previous schemes. PQ-LBSCS has extensive application prospects in e-commerce, mobile communication, and smart cards.




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