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1 Fuzzy IdentityBased Encryption Janek Jochheim June 20th 2013
2 Overview Overview Motivation (Fuzzy) IdentityBased Encryption Formal definition Security Idea Ingredients Construction Security Extensions
3 Motivation Classic publickey cryptography Publickey cryptography Some User A wants to communicate with B Requests public key for B to encrypt message Encrypted message User A Public key for B User B Request public key
4 Motivation IdentityBased Encryption IdentityBased Encryption (IBE) Messages encrypted for an Identity User only needs to know identity of recipient e.g. Encrypted message with identity of B User A User B
5 Motivation Fuzzy IBE Fuzzy IdentityBased Encryption View identity as a set of attributes Assign attributes to every user Encrypt message with attribute set One user can decrypt message attribute overlap between identity and message d Allows error tolerance
6 Motivation Application example Application example: Biometric eye scan Interpret features of the iris as attributes Identity of a user = iris of his eye User can authorize in system with his iris Advantages: Easy authorization process User always has public key available Error tolerance allows noise during eye scan
7 Fuzzy IBE Fuzzy IdentityBased Encryption
8 Fuzzy IBE Definition Definition Let U be a universe of attributes Identity ω U. Identity overlap d Decryption for identity ω possible iff ω ω d
9 Fuzzy IBE Definition The algorithms A fuzzy identitybased encryption scheme Π consists of four ppts: Π = (Setup, KeyGen, Enc, Dec). Setup(U, d): Initializes a cryptographic system with attribute universe U and a threshold d publish public parameters KeyGen(ω): Generate a private key k ω for identity ω U. Obviously, it should hold that ω d. Enc(m, ω ): Encrypt a message m with the identity ω using the public parameters.
10 Fuzzy IBE Definition The algorithms Dec(c, k ω ): Decrypt the ciphertext c with the private key k ω that has been generated for the identity ω. Correctness ω denotes the identity that has been used to encrypt c If ω ω d then Dec(Enc(m, ω ), k ω ) = m for all m
11 Fuzzy IBE Security Security (informal) Fuzzy IBE must be secure against Collusion Attacks Group of users with identities ω1,..., ω n Every user has private key k ωi Ciphertext c that has been encrypted with identity ω No user is able to decrypt c, i.e. ω i ω < d for all i = 1,... n Not possible to encrypt c by combining the keys k ω1,..., k ωn
12 Fuzzy IBE Security Fuzzy SelectiveID game SelID col A,Π(λ) A a ppt, Π a fuzzy IBE encryption scheme. 1. A chooses an identity α. 2. Challenger initializes cryptographic system; gives public parameters to A. 3. A can query private keys for identities ω i with ω i α < d. 4. A outputs m 0, m 1. Challenger encrypts m b, b {0, 1} and gives ciphertext c to A. 5. The same as step A outputs guess b. A wins the game iff b = b.
13 Fuzzy IBE Security Security (formal) A Fuzzy IBE scheme Π is secure against collusion attacks if for every ppt adversary A there exists a negligible function µ such that Pr[SelID col A,Π (λ) = 1] µ(λ). Adversary gets public parameters Security against collusion attacks implies cpa security
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15 Idea Idea Encrypt plaintext with a secret and attributes In decryption, reconstruct the secret using a delement subset of the attributes Use Shamir s secret sharing scheme
16 Idea Polynomials A polynomial q(x) of degree d 1 can be constructed with d points. y q(x) x Example shows polynomial of degree 3 and 6 points Every subset of 4 points is sufficient to reconstruct q
17 Ingredients Ingredients I Bilinear maps G 1, G 2 groups of prime order p, g generator of G 1 Bilinear map e : G 1 G 1 G 2 e(g a, g b ) = e(g, g) ab e(g, g) 1
18 Ingredients Ingredients II Lagrange Coefficient S Z finite set of numbers Lagrange coefficient i,s defined as: for i Z i,s (x) = j S,j i x j i j
19 Ingredients Ingredients II Lagrange Coefficient and polynomials Let q be a polynomial of degree d 1 and let S Z, S = d. q can also be written as: q(x) = q(i) i,s (x) i S In other words: We can directly calculate every point from q by using d other points
20 Construction Construction of the scheme Restriction: Let n be fixed size of an identity, For every identity ω it holds that ω n Universe of attributes: U = Z p, p prime number G 1 group of prime order p g generator of G 1 e : G 1 G 1 G 2 bilinear map
21 Construction The algorithms Setup(n, d): Run bilinear DiffieHellman parameter generator G to obtain p, G 1, G 2. Choose y G 1. Set g 1 = g y, g 2 G 1, N := {1,..., n + 1} Define function T : t 1,..., t n+1 G 1 T (x) = g x n 2 Publish g1, g 2, t 1,..., t n+1 y is master key n+1 i=1 t i,n (x) i
22 Construction The algorithms KeyGen(ω): Choose polynomial q with degree d 1 uniformly at random with q(0) = y For i ω set: D i = g q(i) 2 T (i) r i, r i Z p di = g r i Private key k ω = {{D i } i ω, {d i } i ω }
23 Output C = (ω, c, g s, {T (i) s } i ω ) Fuzzy IdentityBased Encryption Construction The algorithms Enc(ω, m): Choose s Z p Ciphertext c = m e(g 1, g 2 ) s Dec(C, k ω ): Choose S ω ω, S = d m = c i S ( e(di, T (i) s ) ) i,s(0) e(d i, g s )
24 Construction Correctness Plug in definitions Use linearity of e ) i,s (0) m = c ( e(di, T (i) s ) i S e(d i, g s ) = m e(g y, g 2 ) s ( e(g r i, T (i) s ) i S e(g q(i) 2 T (i) r i, g s ) = m e(g, g 2 ) sy ( e(g, T (i)) r i s e(g 2, g) q(i)s e(t (i), g) r i s i S ) i,s (0) ) i,s (0)
25 Construction e(g, T (i)) r i s cancels out Use lagrange coefficient to reconstruct y m e(g, g 2 ) sy ( e(g, T (i)) r i s i S e(g 2, g) q(i)s e(t (i), g) r i s = m e(g, g 2 ) sy ( ) 1 i,s (0) i S e(g 2, g) q(i)s ( ) q(i) = m e(g, g 2 ) sy 1 i,s (0)s i S e(g 2, g) ( ) = m e(g, g 2 ) sy 1 ys = m e(g 2, g) ) i,s (0)
26 Security assumption Security Decisional bilinear DiffieHellman (BDH) assumption: Let a, b, c, z Z p. The decisional DiffieHellman assumption is that every ppt A can not distinguish the tuple (g a, g b, g c, e(g, g) z ) from the tuple (g a, g b, g c, e(g, g) abc ) with success probability µ(x) where µ is a negligible function.
27 Security assumption Security proof If there exists an adversary that can break the security scheme then there is an adversary that can decide the bilinear DiffieHellman problem. Formally: If a ppt A can win the Fuzzy SelectiveID game with probability ε(λ) then there is an adversary that can decide for the tuple (g a, g b, g c, e(g, g) z ) whether z = abc with probability ε(λ) 2.
28 Security assumption Security proof (Outline) Adversary A SelId with Pr[SelID col A SelId,Π (λ) = 1] = ε(λ) ε(λ) not negligible Construct adversary A BDH for BDH assumption Receives tuple (g a, g b, g c, e(g, g) z ) A BDH will simulate encryption scheme for A SelId Use elements of tuple for construction
29 Security assumption Security proof (Outline) Simulating an encryption scheme Set g 1 = g a, g 2 = g b Most difficult: Answer private key request correctly Core idea: On receive of messages m 1, m 2 : Encrypt m i, i {0, 1} with c = m i g z If z = abc: ciphertext distribution as in real scheme Else: c is random element of G2 If A SelId wins the game: Guess that z = abc. Otherwise, guess that z is a random element.
30 Security assumption Security proof (Outline) Pr[A BDH wins z abc] = Pr[A SelId does not win] = 1 2 because c is a uniformly distributed element. Pr[A BDH wins] = Pr[A BDH wins z = abc] Pr[z = abc] +Pr[A BDH wins z abc] Pr[z abc] ( ) 1 = 2 + ε(λ) = ε(λ) 2
31 Extensions Extensions I Arbitrary attributes Use a hash function H to has arbitrary attributes (e.g. strings) into Z p. Replace T with hash function Use a hash function instead of T. Advantages: Faster computation (one hash instead of n + 1 exponentitions) Use arbitrary number of attributes for encryption Security proof uses random oracle
32 Extensions Extensions II Decyption optimization Encrypt a ciphertext c = m e(g 1, g 2 ) s with c ( ) e d i,s (0) i, T (i) s i S m = ( ) e D i,s (0) i, g s i S Bilinear map operations reduce from 2k to k + 1 Exponentiations increase from k to 2k
33 Thank you for your attention Extensions Thank you for your attention
Acknowledgements. Notations and abbreviations
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