Information Security and Cryptography Research Group

Generalized Indistinguishability

Ueli Maurer and Renato Renner

IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory — ISIT 2002, IEEE, pp. 295, Jun 2002.

Indistinguishability between systems is a basic concept in cryptography, allowing for a generic type of security proofs. Its scope of application is however restricted to systems whose behavior depends on some secret randomness. We propose a generalized definition of indistinguishability which overcomes this restriction, such that the same type of security proofs applies in a more general context where this randomness might be public.

BibTeX Citation

    author       = {Ueli Maurer and Renato Renner},
    title        = {Generalized Indistinguishability},
    booktitle    = {IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory --- ISIT 2002},
    pages        = {295},
    year         = {2002},
    month        = {6},
    publisher    = {IEEE},

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