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Beyond Volume Pattern: Storage-Efficient Boolean Searchable Symmetric Encryption with Suppressed Leakage
Authors: Feng Li, Jianfeng Ma, Yinbin Miao, Pengfei Wu, Xiangfu SongAbstract:
Boolean Searchable Symmetric Encryption (BSSE) enables users to perform retrieval operations on the encrypted data while sup- porting complex query capabilities. This paper focuses on addressing the storage overhead and privacy concerns associated with existing BSSE schemes. While Patel et al. (ASIACRYPT’21) and Bag et al. (PETS’23) introduced BSSE schemes that conceal the number of single keyword re- sults, both of them suffer from quadratic storage overhead and neglect the privacy of search and access patterns. Consequently, an open ques- tion arises: Can we design a storage-efficient Boolean query scheme that effectively suppresses leakage, covering not only the volume pattern for singleton keywords, but also search and access patterns?
In light of the limitations of existing schemes in terms of storage over- head and privacy protection, this work presents a novel solution called SESAME. It realizes efficient storage and privacy preserving based on Bloom filter and functional encryption. Moreover, we propose an en- hanced version, SESAME+, which offers improved search performance. By rigorous security analysis on the leakage functions of our schemes, we provide a formal security proof. Finally, we implement our schemes and demonstrate that SESAME+ achieves superior search efficiency and reduced storage overhead.
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