Papers accepted at ACNS 2023 and EuroS&P 2023

24 April 2023

Three papers co-authored by PACY lab members were accepted recently at this year's ACNS and EuroS&P conferences.

The following two papers will appear in the 21st International Conference on Applied Cryptography and Network Security (ACNS 2023):

"Generalised Asynchronous Remote Key Generation for Pairing-based Cryptosystems" co-authored by Prof. Manulis and Hugo Nartz with researchers from the Surrey Centre for Cyber Security extends our earlier research on ARKG to the first contructions using pairing-based cryptography.

"On the Complete Non-Malleability of the Fujisaki-Okamoto Transform" co-authored by Matteo Salvino with researchers from Sapienza University of Rome explores the property of non-malleability in key encapsulation mechanisms that are based on the so-called FO transformation.

The third paper titled "Asynchronous Remote Key Generation for Post-Quantum Cryptosystems from Lattices" and co-authored by Prof. Manulis with researchers from the Surrey Centre for Cyber Security will appear in the programme of the 8th IEEE European Symposium on Security and Privacy (EuroS&P 2023). This paper proposes first ARKG constructions using lattice-based cryptography which are compatible with cryptosystems that are being standardised by NIST, incl. Kyber  and Dilithium.