Since the concept of Attribute-Based Signature(ABS) was proposed, it has attracted wide attention due to its anonymity. ABS can hide the identity of signers to support anonymity, but anonymity may enable malicious signers to abuse signatures if the signatures are not traceable. At the same time, in specific application scenarios, such as e-medical treatment or e-commerce, some personal data(e.g. medical records, trade-transfer details, etc.) should be protected to prevent the leakage of private information. In order to hide sensitive information in data transmission and prevent malicious signers from abusing signatures, a traceable attribute-based sanitizable signature scheme is proposed. The security of the scheme is reduced to the Computational Diffie-Hellman(CDH) hard problem in the standard model. The scheme not only solves the problem of sensitive information hiding, guarantees the privacy of the signer, but also prevents the signer from abusing the signature.