NTRG IBE WIN32
NTRG IBE WIN32 is a collection of the files that I modified in order to get the Stanford Identity-Based Encryption (IBE) library version 0.7.2 to compile on Windows 32 with the MSVC++ development tools. Please note that IBE depends on the OpenSSL library and on the GMP library. I have only tested it on a Windows XP machine.
Compilation and installation
In order to compile the Stanford IBE library for Windows 32 you need first to install the OpenSSL library and the GMP library. The OpenSSL cryptographic toolkit can be found at: http://www.openssl.org/. My Windows 32 port of GMP can be found here. After you have compiled and installed the above required libraries, copy the files provided here to the distribution directory of IBE 0.7.2 and overwrite the existing files there, then simply enter the directory and type nmake. You probably need to change the include directories in the Makefile, unless you use the directory structure that I do. There is no installation required, just put byte_string.h, curve.h, fp2.h and ibe_lib.h to your include path and ibe.lib to your library path. When you are using it in MSVC++ to compile new programs don't forget to define _NTRG_WIN32_, include ibe_lib.h and link against all the required libraries.
You can find NTRG IBE WIN32 here. There is also a binary package available here.
Benjamin Lynn, for implementing the Boneh-Franklin identity-based encryption scheme.