PESCA: A Privacy-Enhancing Smart Contract
Flexible Anonymous Transactions (FLAX): Towards
Privacy-Preserving and Composable Decentralized Finance (ePrint, slides)
(Authors are listed alphabetically.)
Chain Reductions for Multi-Signatures and the HBMS
Scheme (ePrint, doi)
Mihir Bellare and Wei Dai. To appear in ASIACRYPT 2021.
The Multi-Base Discrete Logarithm Problem: Tight
Reductions and Non-Rewinding Proofs for Schnorr Identification and
Signatures (ePrint, doi)
Mihir Bellare and Wei Dai. INDOCRYPT 2020.
Super-Linear Time-Memory Trade-Offs for Symmetric
Encryption (ePrint, doi)
Wei Dai, Stefano Tessaro, and Xihu Zhang. TCC 2020.
Reimagining Secret Sharing: Creating a Safer and More
Versatile Primitive by Adding Authenticity, Correcting Errors, and
Reducing Randomness Requirements (ePrint, doi)
Mihir Bellare, Wei Dai, and Phillip Rogaway. PETS 2020.
The Local Forking Lemma and its Application to
Deterministic Encryption (ePrint, doi)
Mihir Bellare, Wei Dai, and Lucy Li. Asiacrypt 2019.
Defending Against Key Exfiltration: Efficiency
Improvements for Big-Key Cryptography via Large-Alphabet Subkey
Prediction (ePrint, doi)
Mihir Bellare and Wei Dai. ACM CCS 2017.
Information-Theoretic Indistinguishability via the
Chi-Squared Method (ePrint, doi)
Wei Dai, Viet Tung Hoang, and Stefano Tessaro. CRYPTO
On the Concrete Security of Identification and
Signature Schemes (pdf, eScholarship)
Doctoral Dissertation. College of Computer Science and
Engineering, University of California, San Diego,
Statistical Methods in Cryptography (pdf, eScholarship)
Master Thesis. College of Engineering, Unviersity of California
Santa Barbara, Jun. 2016.
Randomness Extractors - An Exposition (pdf, RHUMJ)
Senior Thesis. College of Creative Studies, University of
California Santa Barbara, Oct. 2015. Also published in Rose-Hulman
Undergraduate Math Journal. Vol. 17, Issue 1, 2016.