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A homomorphic signature scheme (also malleable signature scheme) is a digital signature scheme that allows computations on signed data (without access to the secret signing key) while preserving the authenticity of the data.

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### Proving membership of a group without revealing identity

I have an interesting problem for which I've failed, so far, to find an elegant solution. Imagine that a user needs to repeatedly prove to public observers that they are a member of a trusted set ...
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### Is the half-homomorphic property of RSA a problem for blind RSA signatures?

For blind RSA signatures, is it problematic that RSA is half-homomorph? Take a scenario where blind RSA signatures are used for something like a voting procedure or this proposal: Lots of people, ...
Alice has a value $a$ and she signs it using her secret key $d_1$ as: $s_1 = (r_1 * g^a)^{d_1} \bmod p$, and Bob has a value $b$ and he signs it using his secret key $d_2$ as: \$s_2 = (r_2 * g^b)^{d_2} ...