Tobias Boelter

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In recent years, encrypted databases have emerged as a promising direction that provides data confidentiality without sacrificing functionality: queries are executed on encrypted data. However, existing practical proposals rely on a set of weak encryption schemes that have been shown to leak sensitive data. In this paper, we propose Arx, the first practical(More)
We present the first one-roundtrip protocol for performing range, range-aggregate, and order-by-limit queries over encrypted data, that both provides semantic security and is efficient. We accomplish this task by chaining garbled circuits over a search tree, using branch-chained garbled circuits, as well as carefully designing garbled circuits. We then show(More)
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