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Generalized Inverse Binary Matrix Construction with PKC Application
Authors: Farshid Haidary Makoui, Thomas Aaron GuliverAbstract:
Digital signatures ensure legitimate access through identity authentication. It is also used to build blocks in blockchains and to authenticate transactions. The Courtois-Finiasz-Sendrier (CFS) digital signature is a well-known code-based digital signature scheme based on the Niederreiter cryptosystem. The CFS signature, however, is not widely used due to the long processing time required by its signing algorithm. Most code-based digital signature schemes are based on Niederreiter. The paper proposes a new code-based digital signature based on the McEliece cryptosystem. The proposed McEliece code-based scheme also gives less complexity and a higher success rate. The scheme provides an efficient code-based algorithm to sign a document in a shorter processing time. The scheme is also secure against public key structural attacks. The proposed scheme is the efficient code-based digital signature based on McEliece with a lower processing time required to construct a valid digital signature. The proposed signing algorithm also creates smaller signatures. In addition, the verification algorithm checks the integrity value to avoid any forgery before final verification.
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