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Static Protocols and Deniability

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When designing a security protocol, every choice can have far-reaching repercussions. It is therefore useful to know precisely which security goals may be achievable given the protocol structure, and which are proven impossible. In this work we present some preliminary results about static protocols, whose messages do not depend on the sender's secret key, and deniable protocols, whose transcripts do not comprise proof of communication. In particular, we sketch proofs that static protocols ca...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Research group:
CDT in Cyber Security
Department:
CDT in Cyber Security
URN:
uuid:2af7467a-18a5-4cd7-8a83-b103fba78f70
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ora:11252
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