Title

Contributions to privacy-preserving digital signatures and their applications

Year

2016

Degree Name

Doctor of Philosophy

Department

School of Computing and Information Technology

Abstract

Digital signature is one of the fundamental cryptographic primitives that are widely used in real applications. It can provide authenticity, integrity and non-repudiation, which are essential security properties in many e-commerce and networking applications. A normal digital signature is publicly veriable. However, in many applications such as e-voting, e-auction and wireless communications, user privacy is another important security property that must be addressed. Therefore, privacypreserving digital signature has been a popular topic in the literature of cryptographic research.

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