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Fully Homomorphic Encryption over the Integers
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We construct a simple fully homomorphic encryption scheme from a “bootstrappable” somewhat homomorphic scheme. Expand
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Path ORAM
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We present Path ORAM, an extremely simple Oblivious RAM protocol with a small amount of client storage. Expand
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Silicon physical random functions
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We introduce the notion of a Physical Random Function (PUF). Expand
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Extracting secret keys from integrated circuits
Modern cryptographic protocols are based on the premise that only authorized participants can obtain secret keys and access to information systems. However, various kinds of tampering methods haveExpand
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AEGIS: architecture for tamper-evident and tamper-resistant processing
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We describe the architecture for a single-chip aegis processor which can be used to build computing systems secure against both physical and software attacks. Expand
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FlipIt: The Game of “Stealthy Takeover”
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We introduce a game-theoretic framework for modeling various computer security scenarios prevalent today, including targeted attacks. Expand
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Caches and hash trees for efficient memory integrity verification
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We study the hardware cost of implementing hash-tree based verification of untrusted external memory by a high performance processor. Expand
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Controlled physical random functions
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We introduce controlled physical random functions (CPUFs) which are PUFs that can only be accessed via an algorithm that is physically bound to the PUF in an inseparable way. Expand
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AEGIS: architecture for tamper-evident and tamper-resistant processing
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We describe the architecture for a single-chip aegis processor which can be used to build computing systems secure against both physical and software attacks. Expand
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Constants Count: Practical Improvements to Oblivious RAM
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Ring ORAM is the first tree-based ORAM whose bandwidth is independent of the ORAM bucket size, a property that unlocks multiple performance improvements. Expand
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