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  • 2018-01-25T07:00:16Z
    • Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research 42 (2011) 661-687 Submitted 05/11; published 12/11 Finding Consensus Bayesian Network Structures Jose M. Peña ADIT Department of Computer and Information Science Linköping University SE-5818
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  • 2018-01-25T06:57:30Z
    • International Journal of Network Security, Vol.19, No.2, PP.295-312, Mar. 2017 (DOI: 10.6633/IJNS.201703.19(2).14) 295 SecureCoin: A Robust Secure and Efficient Protocol for Anonymous Bitcoin Ecosystem Maged Hamada Ibrahim (Corresponding author: Maged Hamada
    Entities: R. J. Lambert, Maged Hamada, D∗i, R. Gennaro, Iin∗}., S. Goldwasser, ASIACRYPT’00, Each, M2, Zq, I. I. Ibrahim, M. Kroigaard, A. J. Menezes, B. Pfitzmann, Step 7., Weierstrass, F. Reid, Destination Addresses, A. Pfitzmann, A., ESORICS’14, g(x, Binary, Cryptographic, Step 8, S. Vanstone, M. Harrigan, Step 1, M. Pomarole, SecureCoin(n, K. Wehrle, Joint zero, Anonymous Bitcoin, Apr., S. A. Vanstone, R(0, Pi, Saboteur, M. Green, Chaums, kG, M. Qu, A. Wigderson, A. M. Antonopoulos, g(i, J. A. Kroll, A. Juels, C. A. Neff, E. Androulaki, ∈R Z∗q, T. P. Pedersen, J. Bar-Ilan, M. Abe, Domain Parameters, ′(i)[m+rS(i)]+Z(i, M. Henze, KB, r(x, J. Camenisch, Threshold, P. Syverson, J. Furukawa, G. Jordan, Shared Secrets, M. Kohlweiss, R. P. Gallant, Pn, Android OS V2.3, C. Fournet, S. Meiklejohn, I. Miers, H. Krawczyk, G. Danezis, R. Dingledine, J. B. Nielsen, Processes Bitcoin, C(0, Destination, Step 2, Privacy, EC Pedersen, K. Sako, F. Grossmann, E. R. Berlekamp, Bitcoin, Mix-network, Bytes3, M. Ben-Or, K. Levchenko, r(i, Step 4, H. Corrigan-Gibbs, A. Mityagin, A. Kate, G. M. Voelker, M. Jakobsson, S. Goldfeder, S. Jarecki, Hamada Ibrahim, B. Ford, I. Ingemarsson, Elliptic Curve Digital Signature, Feldman, E. Tromer, ePrint Archive, E. B. Sasson, Z∗q, Pedersen, G. Secrecy, M. V. Zerocash, Destination Addresses OczioCm, A. Chiesa, M. Geisler, Zerocoin, I.e., P.O.,, P. Moreno-Sanchez, Dun, Helwan, B ⊂ P, G. O. Karame, A. Miller, C. Garman, D. McCoy, J. Clark, Fp, RIPEMD-160, Problem, R. Welch, Shamir, EC Feldman, Computing, G. J. Simmons, A. Narayanan, E. W. Felten, I. A. Ali, A. D. Rubin, Pj, Mastering Bitcoin, x3, x2 −, N. Mathewson, S. Blake-Wilson, Lagrange, S. Capkun, M. H. Ibrahim, G. Maxwell, J. H. Ziegeldorf , Honest, International Journal of Network Security, Coinshuffle, ” International Journal of Network Security, PP.295-312, A.H., ≥, bjH, i=2, K(i)G, Bitcoin Components, Input, Unlocking Digital Cryptocurrencies, n, T. Scherer, I. Damgard, DSA/ECDSA, Standardized, kP, ” Journal of Cryptology, PA, The Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm, XBT, An Analysis of Anonymity, US Patent 4,633,470, Complaints, Aggregated Temporary Deposit, Technical Report, Correctness/, 8] D. Chaum, JR-VSS, Media, Inc., 6] J. Bonneau, SM, x2 − x1, Pi, T. Ruffing, ACM, n/2, JVR, Stage 2, k1 and k2, J. A Solinas, EC Computation, JVM, DOI, Certicom Research, CoinParty, JZ-VSS, The Linkability/Traceability, nx−−→ A. Notice, Distinction, A (n+n∗)x−−−−−→, Google Patents, JR-SS, Berlekamp-Welch, ns)(256, SEC, IACR Cryptology, Honor’s Degree, MA, JZ-SS, EC, Systems, Efficient Cryptography, Coins, q. A, Onion Router, Proceedings of the Eighteenth, ” Journal of Cryptology, JR, Hamming, Anonymity for, VSS, Dj, K ′(x, Helwan University, Proceedings of the, Springer Science & Business Media, IEEE Annual Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science, C, Pedersen-VSS, Computers, Faculty of Engineering, ajG, Bitcoin, ∑n, JZ, S. Sav-, CCA, ZeroCoin, SecureCoin Table, Unconditional, SMC, CoinSuffle, Distribution, j=1, Computer Security, Berlekamp, Data Security, Dn<3, l,.1"-'—‘A, Protection, Owing, Communi-, NS, Bitcoin Forum, k−1, Stage 1, SM: Scalar Multiplication, Indistinguishability of Participating Peers, Computation Time Let MM, Application Security, Shamirs, HTC-Desire) Operation Computation, Pi may, i=1 siG, N, the CoinShuffle, Advances, SecureCoin, Bytes, the Berlekamp-Welch, Notice, Proceedings of, D., 6.1.2 Joint Deposit of, Completeness, Fp, 0.5n)(4, Data, the JR-SS, Computing, SM op-, ” International Journal of Network, IND, Indistinguishability of Blockchains, Party, Point, Department of Electronics, Communications, Advances in Cryptology (CRYPTO’01, siG, Computers Engineering, Pj, D1, Distributed Com-, Shuffle, Guide, Proofs, DSS, Lagrange, Pedersens, |v, Exist, Assume, CoinShuffle, Efficient Cryptography Group , x1, Cairo, SecureCoin, M.Sc, Bytes, Zq, Helwan, Mixcoin, ∑t, B. Parno, Vol.19, Egypt, jj−i, Gi, Fp, A. Denia-, A., Bitcoin Privacy, B.Sc., N. Inden, I1, Financial, P3, − m2, S(l).$(2).$(5, Pinocchio, M. Roeschlin, Sherif, i=1, JR, NIST, MixCoin, t+1, Proofs, Springer, Pedersen, Aslo, Z(0, US, P2, Privacy , #E(Fp)
  • 2018-01-25T06:56:56Z
    • Secure and Anonymous Decentralized Bitcoin Mixing Jan Henrik Ziegeldorf∗, Roman Matzutt, Martin Henze, Fred Grossmann, Klaus Wehrle Communication and Distributed Systems (COMSYS), RWTH Aachen University, Ahornstrasse 55, 52074 Aachen, Germany Abstract The
    Entities: Kk, Zerocoin, Mixing, al, Mix, Ui, Oπ, Eds, x3, E. W., ZeroCoins, C., Loebenberger, Jan Henrik Ziegeldorf, Multiply, Pedersen, EcDkg, M2 M3M1, Mix +, Secure, Lindell, kG. Repeat, Bitcoin, Danny, Reid, Gennaro, Bitcoin Wiki, Disqualify, Problem Statement, Kroll, Ci, Mm, Hiller, Network Traffic, Transactions, −, Generator G, Ron, Shi, ThresholdECDSA, D. V., Ladar Levinson, Mastercoin, Ed, ZeroCoin, Size, S i(x, Shamir, J., j]i, JOπi−1◦, Yang, Huang, Kate, User U, ZeroCash, Dski, Picco, Bob, VIFF, fa(m, Kohlweiss, Solomon, G., Normal Bitcoin, J. H., πlex(S m+1, Ozisik, O′1, Pastro, Anonymous Decentralized Bitcoin, Commitment, An Analysis, K. R., L., Blindcoin, Felten, Mapping, Forum Post, Ibrahim, Brickell, HotPETS, j∈Q S, Securing, R. J., Blame, Identify, Cloud Setup, Passive, x1, siG, j∈Q s, Set, Commit, Rabin, JO′mKKi+1:Km, Rogaway, Roman Matzutt, I.3 Recombine, D. L.,, N., A. P., Breuker, E., Broadcast Ci, X., Liu, Recombine([s j]i, Authors’, J. 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  • 2018-01-25T06:56:56Z
    • Secure and Anonymous Decentralized Bitcoin Mixing Jan Henrik Ziegeldorf∗, Roman Matzutt, Martin Henze, Fred Grossmann, Klaus Wehrle Communication and Distributed Systems (COMSYS), RWTH Aachen University, Ahornstrasse 55, 52074 Aachen, Germany Abstract The
    Entities: C′i+1, J. H., Securing, Mann, Lindell, Mix, Blindcoin, Levine, Solomon, Moreno-Sanchez, Ron, Huang, [s′j]i, j]iH, Danny Mix, Ben-Or, secp256k1, A., Kohlweiss, Rabin, V., Scholl, Oπ, User U, Picco, Kroll, Commitment, Ci+1, L., Check, I1, j∈Q s, j∈Q S, M., Larraia, Moser, Mastercoin, Mapping, Reid, Threshold Signatures, Anonymous Decentralized Bitcoin, Anonymous Distributed E-Cash, Authors’, Broadcast Ci, Recombine, Pastro, Gennaro, Martin Henze, Rogaway, Passive, Pinkas, Keller, X., Liu, Km, Subprotocol, Ibrahim, ThresholdECDSA, Size, Blind Bitcoin, ZeroCoins, Breuker, Ui, Decentralized Coin, E. W., Zerocash, fa(m, V., Dski, Cloud Setup, Felten, (, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, A. P., Bissias, bitcoin/., K., ′, D. V., Ben-Sasson, K. R., B. N., Ci, Steele, Finite Fields, Mix +, Ed, E., M2 M3M1, Generator G, Forum Post, Hash(Oπ, Recombine([s j]i, Mm, m/4, G., R. 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    • CoinParty: Secure Multi-Party Mixing of Bitcoins Jan Henrik Ziegeldorf, Fred Grossmann, Martin Henze, Nicolas Inden, Klaus Wehrle Communication and Distributed Systems (COMSYS), RWTH Aachen University, Germany ABSTRACT Bitcoi
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    • Procurer Cryptographic Algorithms Lifecycle REPORT 2016 Cryptographic algorithms lifecycle report 2016 Research report Version 3.0 June 22, 2016 81 pages Doc. A-101-3 Project leaders: Kaur Kullman (Estonian Information System Authority) Mari Seeba
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  • 2018-01-25T06:51:36Z
    • IKP: Turning a PKI Around with Decentralized Automated Incentives Stephanos Matsumoto Carnegie Mellon University/ETH Zurich Raphael M. Reischuk ETH Zurich Abstract—Despite a great deal of work to improve the TLS PKI, CA misbehavior continues to occ
    Entities: G. Markham, Namecoin, A. Langley, J. A. Kroll, C. Blockchain-, S. Fahl, R. Regarding, D. Levin, S. Matsumoto, S. Huang, a+, M. K. Reiter, E. Topalovic, L. Zhang, M. J. Freedman, S. Farrell, S. Santesson, D. Niggebrugge, E. Shi, W. Tome, Update Threshold, Fig, A. Mirian, S. G. Stubblebine, F. Zhang, E. G. Sirer, S. Boeyen, M. Marlinspike, Y. Strub, C. Cremers, J. Wettink, M. D. Ryan, E. Kasper, M. Bailey, K} Fig, S. Somogyi, D. Malinowski, R. C. Merkle, Adversary Model, ” Bitcoin Wiki, C. Lai, E. J. Gallego Arias, C. Dwork, B. Ford, Maverick Woo, R. Event, Decentralized Autonomous Organi-, CaaI, M. Smith, R. Sasse, G. Medvinsky, Karma PKI, H. Perl, E. W. Felten, D. Choffnes, ρ−, P. Szala-, D. Velicanu, P. Hoffman, CA, H. Asghari, B. Maggs, L. Gasser, B. Saeta, A. Eijdenberg, X. van Pelt, RSA, Contents, K. Strooy, S. Kumar, A. Mitchell, G. Barthe, R. Housley, R. Shea, Valid From, CIRT, M. Larson, A. Juels, A. Kosba, R. Sleevi, R. Austein, J. Schlyter, S. Rose, A. Blankstein, Blockstack, M. Naor, M. J. Freedman, Proc, N. Gailly, R. Prins, M. S. Melara, Y. Sompolinsky, HPKP, A. Zohar, D. McCullagh, J. A. Halderman, VIII, CA registration, Bitcoin, C. Scenario, C. Jentzsch, D. G. Andersen, B. C. Neuman, I. Tamas, C. Fromknecht, Verif, Table I., K. Croman, Bryan Parno, A. M. Arnbak, E. Cecchetti, Script, C. Papamanthou, Y. Liu, CONCLUSIONS, C. Preventing, A. Perrig, Town Crier, Hashcash, E. W. Felten, E. Rescorla, A. Roth, C. Evans, J. Clark, B. Laurie, E. Heilman, T. Perrin, D. Wendlandt, C. Jackson, L. Chuat, D. I. Wolinsky, A. Kendler, Blockchains, N. Percoco, N. A. N. M. van Eijk, J. Hsu, J. Nelson, XII, Z. Wen, A. Miller, S. Goldberg, A. Narayanan, A. Ronen, I. Bentov, M. Ali, C. Wilson, Standard SSL, V. Gligor, M. Gaboardi, L. Mazurek, M. J. G. van Eeten, H. Hoogstraaten, H(C‖s, Revocation Transparency, Keys, R. Kouprie, C. Palmer, Issuer CA, I. Eyal, secp256k1, Y. Z. Hu, D. S. Wallach, N. Nisan, S. Dziembowski, Domains, D. Massey, B. Adversary Model, S. A. Crosby, Bitcoin Script, R. M. Reischuk, G. Wood, Virgil Gligor, J. Kim, S. Yakoubov, E. Syta, P. Szalachowski , DCPs, Standard SSL, J. Bonneau, Merkle, ATC, Incentives Insurance Schemes Conclusions, The Transport Layer Security, USENIX Annual Technical Conference, Compensation of, v3, RPS, CT, Combining, update.html, StartCom, Andrychowicz, Operations, EVM, the Subject Public Key Info, D., 20] J. Bonneau, the Subject Name, C misbe-, F. Groenewegen, Secure Site Wildcard, DAO, D 7:, IdenTrust, al., C., DOMAIN CERTIFICATE, the RP, C, Reaction Policy (RP), CA authority, certificates.html, RP, Ethereum, tD., Algorithm 1, Asseco, Perspectives, D,, DER, rC, C 3, ≥, Section XI, Certcoin, Microsoft, Amount, Table IV, CA Registry, Communications Security, Reaction Policy (RP, HTTPS, UTC, SP, WWW, CA, CA Balance, Domain Name System, AKI, DETECTOR, Equation 5, Equation, DNSSEC, Pre, TABLE IV, THE CERTIFICATE, Issuer, Blockchain Research, T. H, IMC, ITU, SSH, GlobalSign DomainSSL, Sections IV, Data Security, Distributed Security Symposium (NDSS, Section VI, RP Registry, Reaction Program, DOMAIN, FC, ” Cryptology ePrint Archive,, 2017, S. Moorrees, Google, USENIX Annual Technical Conference, OPERATIONS, DCPD, ROI for, CDF, NSF Grant DGS1252522, PKI en-, DigiNotar, A. Schulman, PKI, DIFFERENT SCENARIOS, HTTP, “Accountable Key Infrastructure, E. Mills, Certum, CA Public, TLS, C,, Checker Program, CONIKS, the TLS PKI, −m+, ” ACM Transactions on Information and System Security, Sovereign Keys, THE IKP AUTHORITY, Bentov, 21] J. Bonneau, D, Advances in Cryptology (CRYPTO ’91, DNS, ICANN, Script, Report, D. Mazières, P. Pols, Deutsche Telekom, Algorithmic, CCS,, Version Number, Create RP, Valid, DCPS, ”, BITCOIN, ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications Security, Nakamoto, DCP Registry, Transactions, XOR, Reaction Programs, NDSS, Carnegie Mellon University, UTC Version Number, Comodo-Fraud-Incident-2011-03-23.html, Reaction Policies, Terminate, R., the Ethereum Virtual Machine, Domain Certificate Policies, the World Wide Web: HTTPS, USD, IKP, CA R, S&P, ROI, TLSA, Introduction, ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications Security, RP Reaction, Symantec, SSL/TLS, D. Heppener, ” RFC, ≤, CA C, IKP Authority, ACM, D’s DCP, CA mis-, ” Advances in Cryptology (CRYPTO ’87, CA B], C’s, DHT, Automatic, Bootstrap, StartCom Org, Censys, Certificate Transparency, Equation 5, Let’s, Payout, RPLD, Update, C misbehaving, RFC, Domain Name, Equation 2, OID,, Yahoo, Lowest-Risk, Disincentives, BER , Iran, T. Polk, D. Boneh, Mar., DCPs, China, D F, 000, Turkey, A. Mis-, Privacy, M. Andrychowicz, CA, P. Arends, Block Block Block, Comodo, Execute, Fig, US, Solidity, C., RP←, K. Nayak, D’s, Preventing, D REPRESENTS, C, Adrian,, Encrypt, RP, Ethereum, RPLD, XI, Kademlia, Efficient, CR, L.-S. Huang, PKI, 139–, France, A. Sapirshtein, the Ethereum VM, Expire, Starfield, rC
  • 2018-01-25T06:47:54Z
    OBPP Bitcoin Wallet Privacy Rating Report 2nd Edition - March 2016.pdf
    Entities: Petty, Samourai Walla, Android, Myaccoum, Fred, Featuring, New „mm, BLOCKCHAIN, Copay, Jameson Lopp, Wei, Mm, Pavmentimm am, Peter Todd, 14 GreenAddress, Ammo, Confirmations 11/21/13, Bitcoin, Multibit HD, ETC, Bllcoln Address s, Emm Tx, Amount, Max, Questionnaire Responses, 28.32, Jim Burton, NBAOOASWOD, Addresses, Privacy Rankings, Dark Wallet, x/ Vou, - Gathering, myTrezor, Will Pangman, Andreas Schildbach, Additionally, mm MM, Kevin Aleman, iOS, St lth, Bilcoin Wallel, ©, Drlmaru, Wiki, I. Exit, Eric, My Wallet, mm, Libbitcoin, Wallet mm, SatoshiLabs, Trezor, BuFay, Yank Heip, Darkwallet, Aside, HID-1.10000, Tim Lee, Recewe, ham, Esm, OBPP Bitcoin, Ledger, Since, Blockchain, ArcBit, vWaller, 13tTvECF, Thankfully, ComCovp Wauex, \abe\ Flller, Bitcoin-Qt 7 Darkwallet 8 ArcBit 9 Samourai 10, Mycelium TOTAL, Gabe Higgins, Tu, BIP-44, Alon Muroch, Kristov Atlas OBPP, Chris Pacia, LocalBitcoins, AMOUNT, Engear, Wallet, Momo, Stephanie Murphy, Electrum, ’)!‘1’1‚1nn‚1fi, Donatrons Donatron, Multiple, Jun, Stash Crypto, Sergio Demian, ”, 450on, Bitcoin-Qt, Wallets, mm ETC, Hive, Myacmunl, Someone, Miner Fee, Whit J, Sendmg, Comvanv Wauet, Graphic, SPOnSOrS, Lawrence, Olivier Lalonde Kristov Atlas, Samuel Patterson, Culnbass, Browser, Martin Sip Testing, Windows Phone , USD, M ‘, HD, MultiBit HD, Android, Breadwallet, Bitcoin-Qt Core, USD Wallet, TOTAL, BIP-47, 08:10pm, ERequested, Antonopoulos, XT, The company, USB, GUI, Copay, Bitcoin Core, Dumm—, °, Simplified, &yfingeafcblw, Confirmations, mbhd-74dee9d9—29643((4~d60bb4c0»366d89d6-5902:b9a, Contacts, OF CLICKS/TAPS, Vlew, Mycelium, Bitcoin, Contacts 6, Label Callhuck URL, Amount, Local Trader, Allnzoo & G BALANCE TRANSACTIONS, Browser) & 1.1.0 (Firmware) Supported Platforms, Hierarchical Deterministic, rAnK BitGo, Google, - Collaboration, Armory, First Test, nP-Mfi, GitHub, 323/15, Accounts, users’, The myTrezor, Creme New Address, LUXSTACK Armory, French, Home Charta Btals Markets AP‘, EucmnAddresses Recumnngnaacuons Reports Hlsmry Merchams, iOS, the Hive OSX, rAnK, Mycelium’s Android, Details, Bitcoin Core’s, Airbitz, Samourai, BitPay, Febvuavy, Additionally, Armory, Topics, S, SatoshiLabs, Havenaub‘e, Darkwallet, BIP-69, Lonngerm Savlngs, BitGo, Lonngerm Savings Move, Money Impon/Expon, CoinShuffle, L50 000 - USD 0.95 Peers, Bitpay, Kristov Atlas, Bitcoin exchange, Wallet Reviews, uf & 400.06 sun &, the company’s, cornDL, Recipient Address, Private, Linux, mum,-, Chrome, OBPP, FEEDBACK, OtG, Wallet, Ledger and Trezor Electrum, ECDH, Along, BOOK, Improvements, Inu-un, Why-y, Balance, ° Receiving, Pockets, Bacca LaurentMT, & nic, Generate New Aduress, Uncon, address(es, Coinbase, 2A23¢AM Food, u»-, Justus, El ETC, Supported, ”, OSX, Name Address Balance, II'ZI, Donalion, BIP-62, _-„(mw, PIN, Bitcoin Wallet, Prevention of, CoinJoin, WALLET, Wallet Move, vC, Hive, Hilcoin Wallcl, TREZOR, PHYSICAL, BTC Design, GreenAddress, Users, rAnK Greenaddress, Payto, SharedCoin, Wallet Privacy Rating Report, Tails Electrum, ra, Encrypted 17.77392, BitcOin PRivacy PROjEct, rAnK Mycelium , BitGo, Recewe, PrIvACY, Vault, Android, Tor, iPhones, DONOTHummym, Silicon valley, Blockchain, BitcoinJ, the Open Bitcoin Privacy Project, Wadi, 0.1, Refund, °, Jaco de Beer rassah, Monthly, Tails, 10:04pm, Request, Mycelium, Innen, US, the Android, BIP-69, Amalia, Blumau, Obelisk, Mycelium BitGo Samourai Breadwallet, ECDHM, MultiBit
  • 2018-01-25T06:45:56Z
    • document 19.02.15 | ABY: Mixed-Protocol Secure Two-Party Computation | Michael Zohner | Slide 1 ABY - A Framework for Efficient Mixed-Protocol Secure Two-Party Computation Michael Zohner (TU Darmstadt) Joint work with Daniel Demmler and Thomas Schn
    Entities: Rewrite, Arithmetic, Fixed-Key, Florian Kerschbaum, IJACT 1(4, Mikkel Krøigaard, Jorge Guajardo, KSS14, – C, Immo Wehrenberg, Benny Pinkas, Axel Schröpfer, Free, Lsanu uu_u->|,nm1uescs(q1_usucs, Stefan Kögl, Joint, x1, Auctions, Yao, Stefan Katzenbeisser, Martin Franz, Daniel Demmler, Toft, Moni Naor, Stephen Tu, ABY, Marina Blanton, x*y, Inald Lagendijk, Wilko Henecka, Martin Geisler, f(x, Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi, Boolean, Silvio Micali, y)f, Ivan Damgård, Zekeriya Erkin, Paillier, Q!2£->bfl£ane9£G(2[!][91, - TASTY, Thomas Schneider, Pascal Paillier, Bob, Free XOR, Shafi Goldwasser, Andrew Chi-Chih Yao: Protocols, QJZISUCGIJI, Bit-Length, NDSS, Protocol Yao, Server, Niv Gilboa, Raphael Bost, LOL, Comparison, Paolo Gasti, cl11)2 LOL, Michael Zohner, Efficient Protocols, Circuits, Abstract, KSS14], JUI3S_£ QDZISG', Oded Goldreich, Avi Wigderson, q42c , WAN, Arithmetic, LAN, BooleanArithmetic, { USLG, i=0, Fingerprint Identification, – C, =3, TASTY, Multiplication, IO', MB, OTs, 0, i=1, q42t->bncunrcs:6(2[!][11, 24.62, ABY, STOC, Based on Composite Degree Residuosity Classes, x0, AES, Completeness, DVBWELVDJ, EC BbBIDE, - Multiplication, ZUSLG, S, CSUCG', ESORICS, DVBWZLVDL, OT, Raluca Ada Popa, EC, Paillier, NPS99, C,  Multiplication, Communication, Machine Learning Classification, Biometric Identification, ABY Development Function, Slide, Iris, 19.02.15, DGK, fllU£3S_£ QJW', CJLCHII, IIZCHE, i,1, |2CHE, IIZCHE EC, w4u, Communications Security, LOL, QJW, Encrypted Data, EFGKLT09, Scalar Multiplication, 2u9L6, QDZJSG, IIZCHE 03', Machine Learning, ACM Conference on Computer, BG11, 7 , ∑d, i=1, – C, O(n2, Costly, i,1, Assume , #Msg
  • 2018-01-25T06:45:56Z
    • document 19.02.15 | ABY: Mixed-Protocol Secure Two-Party Computation | Michael Zohner | Slide 1 ABY - A Framework for Efficient Mixed-Protocol Secure Two-Party Computation Michael Zohner (TU Darmstadt) Joint work with Daniel Demmler and Thomas Schn
    Entities: Comparison, x1, Moni Naor, Arithmetic, Rewrite, Q!2£->bfl£ane9£G(2[!][91, Jorge Guajardo, Boolean, Stephen Tu, Ivan Damgård, Fixed-Key, Joint, Avi Wigderson, Yao, IJACT 1(4, Pascal Paillier, NDSS, Server, JUI3S_£ QDZISG', QJZISUCGIJI, Wilko Henecka, q42c, Inald Lagendijk, Thomas Schneider, - TASTY, Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi, KSS14], y)f, Axel Schröpfer, Mikkel Krøigaard, Toft, Free, f(x, Andrew Chi-Chih Yao: Protocols, Paillier, Bit-Length, Martin Geisler, Lsanu uu_u->|,nm1uescs(q1_usucs, Abstract, x*y, Marina Blanton, Daniel Demmler, Oded Goldreich, Stefan Katzenbeisser, Shafi Goldwasser, – C, Circuits, Silvio Micali, Efficient Protocols, Immo Wehrenberg, ABY, Florian Kerschbaum, cl11)2 LOL, Free XOR, LOL, Raphael Bost, Zekeriya Erkin, Michael Zohner, Stefan Kögl, KSS14, Benny Pinkas, Niv Gilboa, Auctions, Martin Franz, Paolo Gasti, Bob, Protocol Yao , |2CHE, S, EFGKLT09, C, IIZCHE 03', Arithmetic, w4u, BG11, =3, MB, WAN, Encrypted Data, DVBWELVDJ, Raluca Ada Popa, OTs, 7, QJW, CSUCG', EC BbBIDE, ZUSLG, i,1, q42t->bncunrcs:6(2[!][11, 19.02.15, Machine Learning Classification, DGK, Biometric Identification, Completeness, IIZCHE EC, Fingerprint Identification, ABY Development Function, EC, Paillier, NPS99, 24.62, Communications Security, DVBWZLVDL, Multiplication, Slide, fllU£3S_£ QJW', – C, BooleanArithmetic, i=1, ABY, IIZCHE, QDZJSG, Machine Learning, x0, 0, CJLCHII, Iris, LOL, ESORICS, Scalar Multiplication, TASTY, Based on Composite Degree Residuosity Classes, IO', { USLG,  Multiplication, ACM Conference on Computer, LAN, 2u9L6, i=0, STOC, OT, - Multiplication, AES, Communication , Costly, i,1, ∑d, O(n2, – C, Assume, i=1 , #Msg

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