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General Circuit Realizing Compact Revocable Attribute-Based Encryption from Multilinear Maps
Authors: Pratish Datta, Ratna Dutta, Sourav MukhopadhyayAbstract:
This paper demonstrates new technique for managing revocation in the context of attribute-based encryption (ABE) and presents two selectively secure directly revocable ABE (RABE) constructions – supporting decryption policies realizable by polynomial size Boolean circuits of arbitrary fan-out and – featuring compactness in the sense that the number of revocation controlling components in ciphertexts and decryption keys are constant. In fact, our RABE schemes are the first to achieve these parameters. Both our constructions utilize multilinear maps. The size of public parameter in our first construction is linear to the maximum number of users supported by the system while in the second construction we reduce it to logarithmic.
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