Efficient Adaptively Secure Zero-Knowledge from Garbled Circuits
PKC, pp. 499-529, 2018.
Zero-knowledge (ZK) protocols are undoubtedly among the central primitives in cryptography, lending their power to numerous applications such as secure computation, voting, auctions, and anonymous credentials to name a few. The study of efficient ZK protocols for non-algebraic statements has seen rapid progress in recent times, relying on...More
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