Reference : Tweaking a block cipher: multi-user beyond-birthday-bound security in the standard model
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Tweaking a block cipher: multi-user beyond-birthday-bound security in the standard model
Cogliati, Benoît-Michel mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication (FSTC) > Computer Science and Communications Research Unit (CSC) >]
Designs, Codes and Cryptography
Springer Science
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[en] Tweakable block cipher ; Prp-to-prf conversion ; Multi-user security ; XORP construction ; Standard model
[en] In this paper, we present a generic construction to create a secure tweakable block cipher from a secure block cipher. Our construction is very natural, requiring four calls to the underlying block cipher for each call of the tweakable block cipher. Moreover, it is provably secure in the standard model while keeping the security degradation minimal in the multi-user setting. In more details, if the underlying blockcipher E uses n-bit blocks and 2n-bit keys, then our construction is proven secure against multi-user adversaries using up to roughly 2n time and queries as long as E is a secure block cipher.
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H2020 ; 644209 - HEAT - Homomorphic Encryption Applications and Technology

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