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Well, I think it is quite hard to give a really objective and complete answer to this question. Personally, I think that why you may encounter RSA blind signatures quite often is due to it's simplicity. I am not quite sure if you will see it often in practical implementation though, because there has been a patent (which as far as I remember expired quite ...


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Short answer is, verification algorithm would take no parameters, other than message and signature. Generally, one would start from definition of specific signature scheme describing exactly what is called "unblinding". For blind RSA, "blinding factor" $b$ is chosen at random before sending anything to the signer (at blinding stage). Let $m$ be a message, ...



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