Efficient and adaptively secure cryptographic primitives---designing for composability
Date of Completion
Engineering, Computer|Computer Science
We study efficient protocol constructions against adaptive corruption in the universal composition framework. For standard cryptographic tasks, we propose a new framework to design efficiently two-party secure function evaluation protocols, and then apply it to oblivious transfer and obtain the first practical such constructions. Regarding reactive cryptographic tasks, we present a framework for designing blind signatures, and construct the first practical protocols for this task. ^
Zhou, Hong-Sheng, "Efficient and adaptively secure cryptographic primitives---designing for composability" (2010). Doctoral Dissertations. AAI3420184.