The use of e-Auction services has been increasing in recent years. Security
requirements in conducting e-Auctions are mainly bid privacy, anonymity and
public verifiability. Most of the secure protocols concentrate on privacy and
anonymity, which are achieved through bidder-resolved multi-party computation,
assuming two or more trusted third parties, either through numerous auctioneers
or with asymmetric models in which the commercial entity of an auction issuer
or registration manager is assumed in addition to the auctioneer.
Multi-attribute reverse auctions promise higher market efficiency and effective
information exchange. This work extends and uses the existing schemes. This
scheme uses scoring function, winner determination in multi-attribute auctions
to implement public verifiability. Anonymity is achieved through bidder side
pseudonym generation. By results and analysis we say this is very simple and
effective scheme. This scheme ensures public verifiability and anonymity in
multi-attribute auctions without revelation of the bids received, third parties
and complex communications.