Attacks on Self-Certified Multi-Proxy Signature Schemes with Message Recovery
Signature schemes with message recovery based on self-certified public keys can reduce the amount of communications and computations, since the signature verification, the public key authentication and the message recovery are simultaneously carried out in a single logical step. Integrating self-certified public-key systems and the message recovery signature schemes, in 2009, Wu et al. proposed two multi-proxy signatures based on the discrete logarithms over a finite field and the elliptic curve discrete logarithms. The proxy warrant revision attacks are proposed, and it will show that Wu et al.’s schemes can not resist the proxy warrant revision attacks by either the proxy group or the original signer.
Robin G. Qiu and Yongfeng Ju
Q. Xie "Attacks on Self-Certified Multi-Proxy Signature Schemes with Message Recovery", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 135-136, pp. 316-320, 2012