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    A PAIRING-FREE IDENTITY-BASED CRYPTOSYSTEM 

    Poonsuk Ponpurmpoon; Poonsuk Ponpurmpoon; Ohm Sornil; โอม ศรนิล; National Institute of Development Administration. School of Applied Statistics; Ohm Sornil; โอม ศรนิล (National Institute of Development Administration, 7/1/2022)

    ID-based cryptosystems (IBCs) allow the use of publicly identifiable information in public encryption keys, which reduces the overhead of certificate management and eliminates the need for a certificate authority in the public-key infrastructure. Up to now, bilinear pairing technology is usually used in ID-based paradigms. However, it is expensive in computation time and is unsuitable for mobile networks. Over recent years, the evolution of mobile devices has seen them transformed from a voice communication device to a daily life information ...