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Author Xu, Jia
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Lattice Problem ♦ Decryption Scheme ♦ New Joint Fingerprinting ♦ Short Basis ♦ Collusion Attack ♦ Average Attack ♦ Linear Combination Attack ♦ Joint Fingerprinting ♦ Known-plaintext Attack ♦ New Encryption Scheme ♦ Random Lattice Point ♦ Buyer-seller Watermarking Scheme ♦ Traitor-tracing Scheme
Abstract Abstract. We propose a new encryption scheme that supports joint fingerprinting and decryption. The scheme is remarkably resistant to known-plaintext attack and collusion attack (e.g. average attack or other linear combination attack) on keys. Interestingly, the security of our scheme is relied on a lattice problem: Given a collection of random lattice points generated from a short basis of a lattice, find the short basis. The scheme can be used as a traitor-tracing scheme or a buyer-seller watermarking scheme. 1
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Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study
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