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Binary fingerprinting codes - can we prove that someone is guilty?!

Author
Fernandez, M.; Kabatiansky, G.; Egorova, E.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
8th IEEE International Workshop on Information Forensics and Security
Date of publication
2015
Presentation's date
2015-11-18
Book of congress proceedings
8th IEEE International WIFS 2016 Workshop on Information Forensics and Security : December 4-7, 2016 NYU Abu Dhabi, UAE
First page
1
Last page
4
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1109/WIFS.2015.7368558 Open in new window
URL
http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7368558/ Open in new window
Abstract
The Identifiable Parent Property guarantees, with probability 1, the identification of at least one of the traitors by the corresponding traitor tracing schemes, or, by IPP-codes. Unfortunately, for the case of binary codes the IPP property does not hold even in the case of only two traitors. A recent work has considered a natural generalization of IPP-codes for the binary case, where the identifiable parent property should hold with probability almost 1. It has been shown that almost t-IPP code...
Keywords
Binary fingerprinting codes, Collusion secure digital fingerprinting codes, Forged fingerprint, IPP property, Identifiable parent property, Probability, T-almost IPP codes, Tracing algorithm, Traitor tracing schemes, Traitors identification
Group of research
ISG - Information Security Group

Participants

  • Fernandez Muñoz, Marcel  (author and speaker )
  • Kabatiansky, Grigory  (author and speaker )
  • Egorova, E.  (author and speaker )