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Circuit Amortization Friendly Encodings and their application to Statistically Secure Multiparty Computation

At CRYPTO 2018, Cascudo et al. introduced Reverse Multiplication Friendly Embeddings (RMFEs). These are a mechanism to compute $\delta$ parallel evaluations of the same arithmetic circuit over a field $F_q$ at the cost of a single evaluation of that …

Efficient Constant-Round MPC with Identifiable Abort and Public Verifiability

Recent years have seen a tremendous growth in the interest in secure multiparty computation (MPC) and its applications. While much progress has been made concerning its efficiency, many current, state-of-the-art protocols are vulnerable to Denial of …

Concretely efficient large-scale MPC with active security (or, TinyKeys for TinyOT)

In this work we develop a new theory for concretely efficient, large-scale MPC with active security. Current practical techniques are mostly in the strong setting of all-but-one corruptions, which leads to protocols that scale badly with the number …

TinyKeys: A new approach to efficient multi-party computation

We present a new approach to designing concretely efficient MPC protocols with semi-honest security in the dishonest majority setting. Motivated by the fact that within the dishonest majority setting the efficiency of most practical protocols does …

Low cost constant round MPC combining BMR and oblivious transfer

In this work, we present two new actively secure, constant round multi-party computation (MPC)protocols with security against all-but-one corruptions. Our protocols both start with an actively secure MPC protocol, which may have linear round …

Faster secure multi-party computation of AES and DES using lookup tables

We present an actively secure protocol for secure multi-party computation based on lookup tables, by extending the recent, two-party *TinyTable* protocol of Damgard et al. (ePrint 2016). Like TinyTable, an attractive feature of our protocol is a very …

More efficient constant-round multi-party computation from BMR and SHE

We present a multi-party computation protocol in the case of dishonest majority which has very low round complexity. Our protocol sits philosophically between Gentrys Fully Homomorphic Encryption based protocol and the SPDZ-BMR protocol of Lindell et …

Some applications of verifiable computation to biometric verification