Constructing Confidential Channels from Authenticated Channels--Public-Key Encryption Revisited
ASIACRYPT, pp. 134-153, 2013.
The security of public-key encryption PKE, a widely-used cryptographic primitive, has received much attention in the cryptology literature. Many security notions for PKE have been proposed, including several versions of CPA-security, CCA-security, and non-malleability. These security notions are usually defined via a game that no efficien...More
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