Is the Classical GMW Paradigm Practical? The Case of Non-Interactive Actively Secure 2PC

Jackson Abascal
Jackson Abascal
Mohammad Hossein Faghihi Sereshgi
Mohammad Hossein Faghihi Sereshgi

CCS '20: 2020 ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications Security Virtual Event USA November, 2020, pp. 1591-1605, 2020.

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One of the most challenging aspects in secure computation is offering protection against active adversaries, who may arbitrarily alter the behavior of corrupted parties. A powerful paradigm due to Goldreich, Micali, and Wigderson (GMW), is to follow a two-step approach: (1) design a passively secure protocol π for the task at hand; (2) ap...More

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