Asynchronous Distributed Key Generation for Identity-Based Cryptography

February 19, 2013 | Posted in Asynchronous Key Generation for IBE | None

An identity-based cryptography uses the public ID of a user to create his public key. This eliminates the need for Certificate Authority and the associated security problems. A practical IBC system was proposed by Boneh-Franklin. In a paper with the same title as this post, the author has discussed about using distributed key generation for the BF IBC.

Read the paper on Distributed Key Generation in the Wild

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