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Journal of Cryptology 3/2019

Leakage Resilience from Program Obfuscation

Zeitschrift:
Journal of Cryptology > Ausgabe 3/2019
Autoren:
Dana Dachman-Soled, S. Dov Gordon, Feng-Hao Liu, Adam O’Neill, Hong-Sheng Zhou
Wichtige Hinweise
Communicated by Tal Rabin.
Dana Dachman-Soled: This work was done in part while the author was visiting the Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing, supported by the Simons Foundation and by the DIMACS/Simons Collaboration in Cryptography through NSF Grant #CNS-1523467. This work was supported in part by NSF CAREER Award #CNS-1453045 and by a Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award.
S. Dov Gordon: This work was done in part when the author was a research scientist at Applied Communication Sciences.
Feng-Hao Liu: This work was done in part when the author was a postdoc at the University of Maryland. Partial effort of the work is supported by the NSF Award #CNS-1657040.

Abstract

The literature on leakage-resilient cryptography contains various leakage models that provide different levels of security. In the bounded leakage model (Akavia et al.—TCC 2009), it is assumed that there is a fixed upper bound L on the number of bits the attacker may leak on the secret key in the entire lifetime of the scheme. Alternatively, in the continual leakage model (Brakerski et al.—FOCS 2010, Dodis et al.—FOCS 2010), the lifetime of a cryptographic scheme is divided into “time periods” between which the scheme’s secret key is updated. Furthermore, in its attack the adversary is allowed to obtain some bounded amount of leakage on the current secret key during each time period. In the continual leakage model, a challenging problem has been to provide security against leakage on key updates, that is, leakage that is a function of not only the current secret key but also the randomness used to update it. We propose a modular approach to overcome this problem based on program obfuscation. Namely, we present a compiler that transforms any public key encryption or signature scheme that achieves a slight strengthening of continual leakage resilience, which we call consecutive continual leakage resilience, to one that is continual leakage resilient with leakage on key updates, assuming indistinguishability obfuscation (Barak et al.—CRYPTO 2001, Garg et al.—FOCS 2013). Under stronger forms of obfuscation, the leakage rate tolerated by our compiled scheme is essentially as good as that of the starting scheme. Our compiler is derived by making a connection between the problems of leakage on key updates and so-called sender-deniable encryption (Canetti et al.—CRYPTO 1997), which was recently constructed based on indistinguishability obfuscation by Sahai and Waters (STOC 2014). In the bounded leakage model, we give an approach to constructing leakage-resilient public key encryption from program obfuscation based on the public key encryption scheme of Sahai and Waters (STOC 2014). In particular, we achieve leakage-resilient public key encryption tolerating L bits of leakage for any L from \({\mathsf {iO}} \) and one-way functions. We build on this to achieve leakage-resilient public key encryption with optimal leakage rate of \(1-o(1)\) based on stronger forms of obfuscation and collision-resistant hash functions. Such a leakage rate is not known to be achievable in a generic way based on public key encryption alone. We then develop additional techniques to construct public key encryption that is (consecutive) continual leakage resilient under appropriate assumptions, which we believe is of independent interest.

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