By Mihir Bellare, Dennis Hofheinz, Scott Yilek (auth.), Antoine Joux (eds.)
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Indeed, B needs to check that for all syntactically possible commitments and decommitments, and all possible 9 Examples of such X are random oracles or ideal ciphers. It will become clearer how we use the EXPSPACE requirement in the proof. 30 M. Bellare, D. Hofheinz, and S. Yilek random coins used by X , the opened message is unique. Hence, by assumption about X , this test can also be performed by A using an EXPSPACE-oracle, and the above proof idea applies. On the requirement on X . We stress that the requirement in Theorem 5 on X is a rather mild one.
26 M. Bellare, D. Hofheinz, and S. Yilek constructed from one-way permutations. To ease presentation, we only describe a bit commitment scheme, which is easily extended (along with the proof) to the multi-bit case. 7 In the opening phase, the sender opens one (randomly selected) commitment. Note that this overall commitment scheme is binding, since IP ensures that both commitments contain the same bits, and the underlying commitment Comb is binding. For a SEM-SO-COM simulation, we generate inconsistent overall commitments which can later be opened arbitrarily by choosing which individual Comb -commitment is opened.
The relation between SEM-SO-COM and IND-SO-COM security. Unfortunately, we (currently) cannot prove that SEM-SO-COM security implies IND-SO-COM security (although this seems plausible, since usually simulationbased deﬁnitions imply their indistinguishability-based counterparts). Technically, the reason why we are unable to prove an implication is the conditioned distribution M | m[I] in the ideal IND-SO-COM experiment, which cannot be sampled from during an (eﬃcient) reduction. Possibility and Impossibility Results for Encryption and Commitment 29 A relaxation.