- In this work, we present the first fully simulatable and complete RSA key generation and Paillier threshold scheme in the two-party malicious setting. Namely, we define the appropriate functionalities and prove that our protocols securely realize them. Our formalization further takes into account a subtle issue in the public key generation, which was initially noticed by Boneh and Frankli
- Our second contribution is a complete Paillier threshold encryption scheme in the two-party setting with security against malicious behavior. Our RSA key generation is comprised of the following: (i) a distributed protocol for generation of an RSA composite, and (ii) a biprimality test for verifying the validity of the generated composite
- Efficient RSA Key Generation and Threshold Paillier in the Two-Party Setting Carmit Hazay and Gert Læssøe Mikkelsen and Tal Rabin and Tomas Toft and Angelo Agatino Nicolosi Abstract: The problem of generating an RSA composite in a distributed manner without leaking its factorization is particularly challenging and useful in many cryptographic protocols

Our first contribution is the first non-generic fully simulatable protocol for distributively generating an RSA composite with security against malicious behavior in the two party setting. Our second contribution is a complete Paillier [37] threshold encryption scheme in the two-party setting with security against malicious behavior. Our RSA key generation is comprised of the following The problem of generating an RSA composite in a distributed manner without leaking its factorization is particularly challenging and useful in many cryptographic protocols. Our first contribution i.. Our second contribution is a complete Paillier threshold encryption scheme in the two-party setting with security against malicious behavior. Our RSA key generation is comprised of the following:.. Our first contribution is the first non-generic fully simulatable protocol for distributively generating an RSA composite with security against malicious behavior. Our second contribution is complete Paillier [Pai99] threshold encryption scheme in the two-party setting with security against malicious behavior. Furthermore, we describe how to extend our protocols to the multiparty setting with dishonest majority. Our RSA key generation is comprised of the following: (i) a distributed protocol.

Our second contribution is a complete Paillier (in: EUROCRYPT, pp 223-238, 1999) threshold encryption scheme in the two-party setting with security against malicious attacks. We further describe how to extend our protocols to the multiparty setting with dishonest majority. Our RSA key generation protocol is comprised of the following subprotocols: (i) a distributed protocol for generation of. Request PDF | Efficient RSA Key Generation and Threshold Paillier in the Two-Party Setting | The problem of generating an RSA composite in a distributed manner without leaking its factorization is. Efficient RSA Key Generation and Threshold Paillier in the Two-Party Setting. Research output: Contribution to journal/Conference contribution in journal/Contribution to newspaper. › : Contribution to journal/Conference contribution in journal/Contribution to newspaper DOI: 10.1007/s00145-017-9275-7 Corpus ID: 13835898. Efficient RSA Key Generation and Threshold Paillier in the Two-Party Setting @article{Hazay2017EfficientRK, title={Efficient RSA Key Generation and Threshold Paillier in the Two-Party Setting}, author={Carmit Hazay and Gert L{\ae}ss{\o}e Mikkelsen and T. Rabin and T. Toft and Angelo Agatino Nicolosi}, journal={Journal of Cryptology}, year.

Our first contribution is the first non-generic fully simulatable protocol for distributively generating an RSA composite with security against malicious behavior. Our second contribution is a complete Paillier [Pai99] threshold encryption scheme in the two-party setting with security against malicious attacks. We further describe how to extend our protocols to the multiparty setting with dishonest majority. Our RSA key generation protocol is comprised of the following sub-protocols: (i) a. Carmit Hazay, Gert Læssøe Mikkelsen, Tal Rabin, Tomas Toft, Angelo Agatino Nicolosi, Efficient RSA Key Generation and Threshold Paillier in the Two-Party Setting, Journal of Cryptology, 10.1007/s00145-017-9275-7, (2018)

* Our RSA key generation is comprised of the following: (i) a distributed protocol for generation of an RSA composite, and (ii) a biprimality test for verifying the validity of the generated composite*. Our Paillier threshold encryption scheme uses the RSA composite as public key and is comprised of: (i) a distributed generation of the corresponding secret-key shares and, (ii) a distributed. Efficient RSA Key Generation and Threshold Paillier in the Two-Party Setting. Posted December 17, 2018 by Nehora Krolzig. Center for Research in Applied Cryptography and Cyber Security Building 206 (Nanotechnology), 5th floor , Bar-Ilan University 5290002, Ramat-Gan, Israel.

Efficient RSA Key Generation and Threshold Paillier in the Two-Party Setting . By Carmit Hazay, Gert Læssøe Mikkelsen, Tal Rabin and Tomas Toft. Cite . BibTex; Full citation; Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Year: 2012. DOI identifier: 10.1007/978-3-642-27954-6_20. OAI identifier: Provided by. Efficient RSA Key Generation and Threshold Paillier in the Two-Party Setting. Carmit Hazay, Gert Læssøe Mikkelsen, Tal Rabin, Tomas Toft, Angelo Agatino Nicolosi. Efficient RSA Key Generation and Threshold Paillier in the Two-Party Setting. J. Cryptology, 32(2): 265-323, 2019 Efficient RSA Key Generation and Threshold Paillier in the Two-Party Setting. Carmit Hazay, Gert Læssøe Mikkelsen, Tal Rabin, Tomas Toft. Efficient RSA Key Generation and Threshold Paillier in the Two-Party Setting. IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive, 2011: 494, 2011

Efficient RSA Key Generation and Threshold Paillier in the Two-Party Setting. Efficient RSA Key Generation and Threshold Paillier in the Two-Party Setting. Carmit Hazay and Gert Læssøe Mikkelsen and Tal Rabin and Tomas Toft and Angelo Agatino Nicolosi · 2017年12月22日 0:00. The problem of generating an RSA composite in a distributed manner without leaking its factorization is. ** Article Efficient RSA Key Generation and Threshold Paillier in the Two-Party Setting Detailed information of the J-GLOBAL is a service based on the concept of Linking, Expanding, and Sparking, linking science and technology information which hitherto stood alone to support the generation of ideas**. By linking the information entered, we provide opportunities to make unexpected discoveries.

[2010, TCC] [I. Damgard and G. L. Mikkelsen] Efficient, robust and constant-round distributed RSA key generation [2012, CT-RSA] [Carmit Hazay, Gert Læssøe Mikkelsen, Tal Rabin, Tomas Toft] Efficient RSA Key Generation and Threshold Paillier in the Two-Party Setting Efficient RSA key generation and threshold Paillier in the two-party setting . By Carmit Hazay, Gert Læssøe, Rabin Tomas Toft and Angelo Agatino Nicolosi. Cite . BibTex; Full citation; Abstract. The problem of generating an RSA composite in a distributed manner without leaking its factoriza-tion is particularly challenging and useful in many cryptographic protocols. Our first contribution is. Efficient RSA Key Generation and Threshold Paillier in the Two-Party Setting: 265-323: 2019: jofc (Efficient) Universally Composable Oblivious Transfer Using a Minimal Number of Stateless Tokens: 459-497: 2019: jofc: Four-State Non-malleable Codes with Explicit Constant Rate: 2019: jof Threshold cryptography has, thus, been proved to be an effective technique for key distribution and decryption. In our paper, we discuss various techniques to implement threshold cryptography effectively in real life scenarios. Keywords - Dynamic Threshold Schemes, Efficient RSA Key Generation and Threshold Paillier, File Transfe

party modular inversion protocol that is secure against an adaptive adversary, thereby enabling threshold signature schemes with stronger security properties than any pre-vious result. As a tool, we also develop an adaptively-secure, erasure-free threshold version of the Paillier cryptosystem. Because of its homomorphic properties, this. parameter setting or security assumption. More precisely, no single party knows the private key and private key recovery and decryption are only possible when the number of cooperating decryption authorities (e.g. talliers) is over a sharing threshold. In the tallying phase of multiplicative homomorphic e-voting, the tal Abstract: This talk will open the NIST workshop on multi-party threshold schemes (MPTS) 2020, presenting a viewpoint of the NIST Threshold Cryptography project on the potential for standardization of multi-party threshold schemes. In scope are threshold schemes for NIST-approved key-based cryptographic primitives, such as signing, encryption, decryption and key generation. As laid out in. Homomorphic encryption is a form of encryption that permits users to perform computations on its encrypted data without first decrypting it. These resulting computations are left in an encrypted form which, when decrypted, result in an identical output to that produced had the operations been performed on the unencrypted data Carmit Hazay, Gert Læssøe Mikkelsen, Tal Rabin, Tomas Toft, Efficient RSA Key Generation and Threshold Paillier in the Two-Party Setting in The Cryptographers‟ Track at the RSA Conference 2012, San Francisco, CA, USA, February 27 - March 2, 2012. Proceedings, pp 313-331, 2012. Nojoumian, Mehrdad, and Douglas R. Stinson. On Dealer.

A decryption key d has level μ on set Efficient RSA key generation and threshold Paillier in the two-party setting. Proceedings of the CT-RSA (2012), pp. 313-331. CrossRef View Record in Scopus Google Scholar. M.H. Ibrahim. Efficient dealer-less threshold sharing of standard RSA. Int. J. Netw. Secur., 8 (2) (2009), pp. 139-150. View Record in Scopus Google Scholar. D.E. Knuth. The Art of. The generation of the Paillier Threshold parameters requires a set of two very large safe prime numbers. The GMP software and .NET both provide methods for generating large random numbers, and the GMP software provides the capability to check a number for probable prime. However, there are no known fast algorithms for directly generating large safe primes. [] details a basic algorithm that.

We consider the framework of secure n-party computation based on threshold homomorphic cryptosystems as put forth by Cramer, Damg˚ard, and Nielsen at Eurocrypt 2001. When used with Paillier's cryptosystem, this framework allows for eﬃcient secure evaluation of any arithmetic circuit deﬁned over Z N, where N is the RSA modulus of the underlying Paillier cryptosystem. In this paper, we. ** PROPOSED SYSTEMThe Paillier Cryptosystem is a modular, public key encryption scheme, created by Pascal Paillier, with several interesting properties**. This paper will explore the enhanced Paillier's work by concatenating the concept of the cryptographic Thresholding, Which distributes the process amongst a number of parties such that a message can only be decrypted if a certain qualified subset.

S 2 runs the key‐generating algorithm of the Paillier public key cryptosystem to generate the secret key λ and a public key g and publishes the public key and system parameter N. On input (Y,f(X,Y)), S 2 constructs a set X ′ such that f(X ′,Y) = f(X,Y) and a vector A ′ following 5. S 2 encrypts A ′, obtaining S 2 chooses three random numbers u ′,r ′, and s ′ and computes S 2. We do not generate a private key and the corresponding public key of homomorphic encryptions (i.e. Paillier cryptosystem or CL Scheme) in the key-generation. Move it to the beginning of Signer. Signer: Our implementation involves two algorithms: Fast Multiparty Threshold ECDSA with Fast Trustless Setup and Bandwidth-efficient threshold EC-DSA.

Let us learn the mechanism behind RSA algorithm : >> Generating Public Key : Select two prime no's. Suppose P = 53 and Q = 59 . Now First part of the Public key : n = P*Q = 3127 . We also need a small exponent say e : But e Must be. An integer. Not be a factor of n. 1 < e < Φ (n) [Φ (n) is discussed below], Let us now consider it to be equal. 12.3 Computational Steps for Key Generation in RSA 21 12.3.1 Computational Steps for Selecting the Primes p and q 22 12.3.2 Choosing a Value for the Public Exponent e 24 12.3.3 Calculating the Private Exponent d 27 12.4 A Toy Example That Illustrates How to Set n, e, and d 29 for a Block Cipher Application of RSA 12.5 Modular Exponentiation for Encryption and Decryption 35 12.5.1 An Algorithm.

We present two efficient protocols which implement robust threshold RSA signature schemes, where the power to sign is shared by N players such that any subset of T+1 or more signers can collaborate to produce a valid RSA signature on any given message, but no subset of T or less corrupted players can forge a signature. Our protocols are robust in the sense that the correct signature is. View crypto_2018-499.pdf from CSCE 421 at Texas A&M University. Secure Two-party Threshold ECDSA from ECDSA Assumptions Jack Doerner Yashvanth Kondi Eysa Lee abhi shelat j@ckdoerner.net Northeaster of threshold cryptography are in public key encryption and signature schemes. Crypto currencies make use of the concept of threshold cryptography A simple distributed signature generation is depicted here, Let sk be the secret key, m be the message then signature can be computed as m sk Sk = sk 1 +sk 2 +sk 3 where the key is divided among 3. In the key generation of the threshold version of RSA or the threshold version of the Paillier cryptosystem (e.g. Shoup - 2000 - Practical threshold signatures or Fouque et al. - 2000 - Sharing rsa paillier threshold-cryptography verifiability. asked Jul 6 '18 at 9:05. ZoDiaC. 13 3 3 bronze badges. 3. votes. 1answer 212 views How to compute Lambda in a Threshold Paillier scheme. I am. US20010038696A1 US09/860,441 US86044101A US2001038696A1 US 20010038696 A1 US20010038696 A1 US 20010038696A1 US 86044101 A US86044101 A US 86044101A US 2001038696 A1 US2001038696

- In the case of multiple parties with individual inputs this seems to be less of a concern as privacy, not efficiency is the concern. In the case of multiple, participating parties, guaranteeing fairness (which means everyone who is suppose to get an output, gets it) is often difficult and requires extra machinery (e.g., threshold decryption) and more assumptions (threshold of honest parties, etc)
- Secure Two-party Threshold ECDSA from ECDSA Assumptions Jack Doerner, Yashvanth Kondi, Eysa Lee, and abhi shelat Northeastern University. Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm •Digital Signature Algorithm with elliptic curves •Smaller signature (512 bits) and key sizes (256-bit) •Security proof in generic group model •Used pervasively in: •TLS •DNSSEC •ryptocurrencies.
- Threshold cryptosystem Last updated March 11, 2020. A threshold cryptosystem, the basis for the field of threshold cryptography, is a cryptosystem that protects information by encrypting it and distributing it among a cluster of fault-tolerant computers. The message is encrypted using a public key, and the corresponding private key is shared among the participating parties
- Generation of RSA Key Pair. Each person or a party who desires to participate in communication using encryption needs to generate a pair of keys, namely public key and private key. The process followed in the generation of keys is described below − . Generate the RSA modulus (n) Select two large primes, p and q. Calculate n=p*q. For strong unbreakable encryption, let n be a large number.
- g distance computation protocol based on oblivious transfer. By Mehmet Sabir Kiraz and Ziya Alper Genç. Summary Report on Secure Computation Protocols. By Ivan Visconti. Somewhat Non-Committing Encryption and Efficient Adaptively Secure Oblivious Transfer. By Hong.
- RSA (Rivest-Shamir-Adleman) is a public-key cryptosystem that is widely used for secure data transmission. It is also one of the oldest. The acronym RSA comes from the surnames of Ron Rivest, Adi Shamir and Leonard Adleman, who publicly described the algorithm in 1977.An equivalent system was developed secretly, in 1973 at GCHQ (the British signals intelligence agency), by the English.

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- Threshold ECDSA with an Offline Recovery Party. A (t,n)- threshold signature scheme enables distributed signing among n players such that any subgroup of size t can sign, whereas any group with fewer players cannot. Our goal is to produce signatures that are compatible with an existing centralized signature scheme: the key generation and.

Instead, the participation of a threshold of honest parties determines whether a key pair can be computed successfully. Distributed key generation - Wikipedia Usually in cryptography the notion of malleability is not seen as an advantage, but under certain applications such as secure electronic voting and threshold cryptosystems, this property may indeed be necessary Distributed key generation. The distributed key generation algorithm works as follows. (1) Takes as the inputs: a security parameter 1 n, the number of decryption users ℓ, and the threshold parameter t. (2) Generates two large primes p and q such that p = 2 p ′ + 1 and q = 2 q ′ + 1 (p′, q′ are also two large primes), respectively, and evaluates n = p q, n ˜ = p ′ q ′, g = (1. Our protocol(s) UC-realize an ideal threshold signature functionality. 1. Authorized sets can generate valid signatures. 2. Unauthorized sets cannot generate valid signatures. Crux of the proof: UC simulation is indistinguishable unless non-threshold ECDSA is forgeable. Scheme is provably secure against adaptive adversary Analysis in RO Home Conferences CCS Proceedings CCS '18 Fast Secure Multiparty ECDSA with Practical Distributed Key Generation and Applications to Cryptocurrency Custody. research-article . Fast Secure Multiparty ECDSA with Practical Distributed Key Generation and Applications to Cryptocurrency Custody. Share on . Authors:.

Keylength - Cryptographic Key Length Recommendation. In most cryptographic functions, the key length is an important security parameter. Both academic and private organizations provide recommendations and mathematical formulas to approximate the minimum key size requirement for security * Applications include efficient two-party protocols for computing the Hamming distance of two bitstrings and the greater-than function*. The resulting protocols only require 6 rounds of interaction (in the random oracle model) and their communication complexity is \(\mathcal{O}(kQ)\) where k is the length of bit-strings and Q is a security parameter. The protocols are secure against active.

encryption key k the encryption function E satisfies [6] m1, m2 €M, E (m 1 º m2) =E (m 1) º E (m 2) Informally speaking, Homomorphic cryptosystem is a cryptosystem with the additional property that there exists an efficient to compute an encryption of the sum or the product, of two messages given the public key and the encryptions o The distributed key generation technique in improves efficiency to some extent by loosening the requirements on the parameters and using additional security assumptions, but is still inefficient compared with distributed key generation of discrete logarithm (DL)-based encryption algorithms [34-36] like ElGamal. So they cannot provide an efficient solution to distributed key generation for. **The** HE **key** structure is directly related to the parameter structure itself and for the case of **two** natural numbers, K and L as described above, the set (K, L), or just **key**, is the set of all pairs of monadic operation, (i, j), where i is defined as a permutation of the set {1, 2, 3, . . . , K} and j is defined as the permutation of the set {1, 2, 3, . . . , L}. Without any loss of generality.

This will be covered in greater detail when looking at RSA later on. Simply put each party, say Alice, picks a private random value, inputs this into a key generation program, and receives two. RSA (Rivest-Shamir-Adleman) is an algorithm used by modern computers to encrypt and decrypt messages. It is an asymmetric cryptographic algorithm.Asymmetric means that there are two different keys.This is also called public key cryptography, because one of the keys can be given to anyone.The other key must be kept private Lindell, Y.: Fast secure two-party ecdsa signing. In: Annual International Cryptology Conference. pp. 613-644. Springer (2017) Lindell, Y., Nof, A.: Fast secure multiparty ecdsa with practical distributed key generation and applications to cryptocurrency custody. In: Proceedings of the 2018 ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications. This paper investigates a novel computational problem, namely the Composite Residuosity Class Problem, and its applications to public-key cryptography. We propose a new trapdoor mechanism and derive from this technique three encryption schemes: a trapdoor permutation and two homomorphic probabilistic encryption schemes computationally comparable to RSA. Our cryptosystems, based on usual. Paillier, P. Public-key cryptosystems based on composite degree residuosity classes. In Proceedings of the International Conference on the Theory and Applications of Cryptographic Techniques, Prague, Czech Republic, 2-6 May 1999; Springer: Berlin/Heidelberg, Germany, 1999; pp. 223-238

General two-party Secure Function Evaluation (SFE) allows mutually distrusting parties to correctly compute any function on their private input data, without revealing the inputs. Two-party SFE can benefit almost any client-server interaction where privacy is required, such as privacy-preserving credit checking, medical classification, or face recognition. Today, SFE is a subject of immense. To measure the time during process we apply digital time stamping. Hash Function is used to generate the hash values. During the all process we assume that sender public key (Ka1) and receiver public key (Kb1) both known the public keys of each other. But the private keys of both sender (Ka2) and receiver (Kb2) are privat During the key generation in the real protocol, the private key \({sk}_{U_{i}}\) is distributed to the user U i and V in a threshold fashion. For example, distributed RSA setting can be used for the signature algorithm (note that for an RSA setting ( e , n ) denotes the public key and ( p , q , d ) denotes the private key where n = p q and e d ≡1 mod ( p −1)( q −1)) Group key management algorithms can be divided into two types, one is centralized group key management, and the other one is distributed group key management.Both approaches have their own advantages and disadvantages, the centralized approach has the advantages of efficiency of the symmetric key encryption/decryption, but it also suffers from the fact that servers need great computation power.

Abstract The purpose of this master's project is to develop an Online E-Voting prototype system utilizing the Paillier Threshold Cryptosystem (PTC) web services and applying MESE processes to it in an attempt to find possible solutions to further improve existing PTC web services. Online voting (e-voting) would be more convenient, relatively secure and utilize fewer resources Paillier Encrypted Vote Election Authorities RSA Public Keys 8. Partial Decryption Shares of Vote Tally/Proofs of Correct Decryption 4. RSA Encrypted Secret Key Shares 7. Paillier Encrypted Vote Tally 2. SOAP/XML Request for PTC Parameters 3. SOAP/XML Response containing RSA encrypted PTC Parameters * Hakan Evecek/SE2Evote 5/29/2007 5/29/2007 Hakan Evecek/SE2Evote * User Login Page Assumed. Two Party RSA Key Generation, Niv Gilboa. The problem is for Alice and Bob to generate two shares of the private key d a and d b such that d = d a + d b. Boneh and Franklin showed how to do this for three or more parties. Cocks gave heuristic 2-party solutions. Also, J. P. Stern gave a 2-party solution based on OT. This solution is more efficient RSA's public key includes a number N which is the product of two large prime numbers p, q. The strength of RSA comes from the fact that factoring large numbers is difficult. The best-known factoring methods are still very slow. For example, in a recent RSA challenge (August 1999), a 512-bit RSA challenge number was factored using 292 workstations and high-speed computers. The factoring took 35.

** Subsequently in 2003, Boneh et al**. showed how to convert a RSA-based security-mediated encryption scheme from a traditional public key setting to an identity-based one, where certificates would no longer be required. Following these two pioneering papers, other cryptographic primitives that utilize a security-mediated approach began to surface. However, the security-mediated identity-based. Azure Storage encryption supports RSA and RSA-HSM keys of sizes 2048, 3072 and 4096. For more information about keys, see About keys. Azure portal; PowerShell; Azure CLI ; To learn how to add a key with the Azure portal, see Quickstart: Set and retrieve a key from Azure Key Vault using the Azure portal. To add a key with PowerShell, call Add-AzKeyVaultKey. Remember to replace the placeholder. Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. Search across a wide variety of disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions

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- Unlike signatures in a single-party setting, threshold signatures require cooperation among a threshold number of signers each holding a share of a common private key. Consequently, generating signatures in a threshold setting imposes overhead due to network rounds among signers, proving costly when secret shares are stored on network-limited devices or when coordination occurs over unreliable.
- We model the generation threshold and conversion efficiency of microcombs by scaling the cavity coupling. With the Lugiato-Lefever equation (LLE), quantitative analysis of threshold is.

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- RSA is often used to generate key pairs for PGP encrypted email. The public key and private key are generated together and tied together. Both rely on the same very large secret prime numbers. The private key is the representation of two very large secret prime numbers. Metaphorically, the public key is the product number: it is made up of the.
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We define for the first time two-party privacy-preserving hierarchical clustering protocols. In our problem definition, two parties contribute independent datasets P = (p 1, , p n 1) and Q = (q 1, , q n 2), with p i, q j ∈ X d. They run a joint cryptographic protocol to generate a dendrogram T on the set D = P ∪ Q of size n = n 1 + n. GS1 identification keys. GS1 ID Keys give companies efficient ways to access information about items in their supply chains, and share this information with trading partners. ID Keys enable organisations to assign standard identifiers to products, documents, physical locations and more. Because GS1 ID keys are globally unique, they can be. First-Generation Analog Advanced Mobile Phone Service (AMPS) oIn North America, two 25-MHz bands allocated to AMPS •One for transmission from base to mobile unit •One for transmission from mobile unit to base oEach band split in two to encourage competition (12.5MHz per operator) oChannels of 30 KHz: 21 control channels (FSK), 395 traffic channels (FM voice) per operator oFrequency reuse. 1 For the purpose of this chapter, portfolio refers to the collective set of energy efficiency programs offered by a utility or third-party energy efficiency program administrator. 2 Measures refer to the specific technologies (e.g., efficient lighting fixture) and practices (e.g., duct sealing) that are used to achieve energy savings This article provides a comprehensive survey of: 1. Homomorphic encryption schemes using public key algorithms. 2. Fully homomorphic encryption (FHE) schemes. IJDSN International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks 1550-1477 1550-1329 Hindawi Publishing Corporation 10.1155/2015/658543 658543 Research Article GABs: A Game-Based Secure and Energy Efficient Data Aggregation for Wireless Sensor Networks Engouang Tristan Daladier Liu Yun Zhang Zhenjiang Lin Kai The Key Laboratory of Communication and Information Systems Beijing Municipal Commission of.