H04L 9/3247, H04L 9/14, H04L 9/3073
A new compromise-resilient and compact cryptographic tool is provided that ensures a breach-resilient authentication and integrity of system measurements in computer systems. The described methods are forward-secure digital signatures with signature and partial public key aggregation capabilities. The methods reduce the total space overhead of signature and public key storage. The methods offer a high space efficiency for systems who has relatively low state transitions, wherein the same message is continuously signed and then followed by different messages.
Yavuz, Attila A., "Systems and methods for compromise resilient and compact authentication for digital forensics" (2023). USF Patents. 1326.
University of South Florida