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In our system, we assume that each party has a unique identiﬁer. The identities of the sender Alice, the receiver Bob, and the TTP, are denoted as A, B, and T , respectively. We suppose that Alice, Bob and the TTP can all sign messages using (any) secure digital signature schemes, which are existentially unforgeable against an adaptive chosen message attack as deﬁned by Goldwasser et al. in .