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Student Number 93423014
Author Chih-Chung Kao(高志中)
Author's Email Address chihchung.kao@gmail.com
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Department Information Management
Year 2005
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title Using DR-Signature and Randomized RSA-Based Partially Blind Signature to Design a Digital Content Payment Scheme for Multiple Payees
Date of Defense 2006-06-20
Page Count 56
Keyword
  • DR-signature
  • multiple payees
  • online payment
  • randomized partially blind signature
  • RSA
  • Abstract As the broadband internet is popularized and the output value of digital content continues increasing, the market of online transaction is expected to grow dramatically in the future. How to assure rights and interests of participants don’t be damaged when they make online transaction? The dependable online payment scheme is the critical factor. Meanwhile, under the knowledge-intensive era, a digital content can be created by several individuals who have interrelated knowledge. The selling revenue of the digital content should be correctly assigned to each payee (authors and merchants) in real time, so that creators may have stronger motivation to create more digital content. Base on the above-mentioned, the purpose of this paper is to design an online payment scheme which has three features, include (1) assuring the payment security and transaction privacy, (2) preventing frauds from being made, and (3) supporting multiple payees payment.
    In this paper, we combine the concepts of randomized RSA partially blind signature, DR-signature (a kind of convertible signature), and multi-signature, to propose a four phase online payment scheme, include (1) initializing phase, (2) withdrawing phase, (3) purchasing phase, and (4) requesting phase. In the initializing phase, all members (customers, merchants, and authors) register to the third trust party (TTP), bank needs to generate RSA-based private/public keys, and all payees belong to one digital content should make a multi-signature of a proportion of apportionment (PROPp_id). Customers, merchants, bank, and TTP complete an online transaction in withdrawing phase and purchasing phase. If someone finds his rights is damaged, he can request TTP to arbitrate to safeguard himself in the requesting phase. Base on cryptographic skill and design of transaction process, our proposed payment scheme can assure payment security and transaction privacy, prevent frauds, and support multilateral payment.
    Table of Content 第一章緒論1
    1.1研究背景1
    1.2研究動機3
    1.3研究目的4
    1.4研究方法5
    1.5論文架構6
    第二章文獻探討7
    2.1盲簽章技術 (Blind Signature)7
    2.2可轉換簽章技術 (Convertible Signature)12
    2.3多受款者付款機制 (Multiple Payee Payment)16
    2.4小結21
    第三章系統設計22
    3.1系統假設22
    3.2系統流程總覽23
    3.3系統流程說明25
    一、初始階段25
    二、提取電子現金階段29
    三、交易及分配款項階段31
    四、TTP涉入階段34
    3.4核心系統實作37
    第四章系統評估41
    4.1交易安全部分41
    4.2詐欺行為部分43
    4.3系統效能部分46
    第五章結論與未來研究方向50
    5.1結論50
    5.2未來研究方向52
    參考文獻54
    中文參考文獻54
    英文參考文獻55
    Reference 中文參考文獻
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    英文參考文獻
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    Advisor
  • Shi-Jen Lin(林熙禎)
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    Date of Submission 2006-07-08

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