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digital signature

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A digital file attached to an email or other electronic document that uses encryption and decryption algorithms to verify the document's origin and contents.

digital signature

n
(Computer Science) computing electronic proof of a person's identity involving the use of encryption; used to authenticate documents
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Multisignature is a digital signature scheme allowing a group of accounts to sign one transaction.
A proxy blind signature is a digital signature scheme that performs the functions of both proxy signature and blind signature schemes.
Cypherpunks Mailing List 2 Practical Forward Secure Group Signatures 3 Forward Secure Digital Signature Scheme 4 Forward Secure Signatures with Optimal Signing and Verifying 5 Forward Secure Signatures with Fast Key Update 6 Forward-Secure Threshold Signature Schemes 7 Forward Secure Sequential Aggregate Authenticatio n 8 Universally Composable And Forward-Secure RFID Authenticatio n and Authenticated Key Exchange 9 An Experimental Study Of Transport Layer Security (TLS) Forward Secrecy Deployments.
Digital Signature Scheme (DSS) is used in this work in order to provide anonymity.
The most effective and widely recognized way for mutual authentication among entities in VANETs is digital signature scheme.
1 and Ceredo Schnorr type threshold digital signature scheme [21].
A signcryption scheme is a combination between a public key encryption algorithm and a digital signature scheme.
Group-oriented (t, n) threshold digital signature scheme and digital multisignature, IEE Proc.
A digital signature scheme typically consists of three algorithms:
Many companies, for example, have been reluctant to select a particular digital signature scheme for their electronic transmissions without some assurance that the chosen method will be widely used and that it harbors no weaknesses that could be exploited by an unscrupulous party bent on fraud.
The elliptic curve analog of the Digital Signature Algorithm (ECDSA) and the elliptic curve analog of the Nyberg-Rueppel digital signature scheme (ECNRA) are two such examples.

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