Concurrent Oblivious Transfer


We consider the problem of designing an efficient oblivious transfer (OT) protocol that is provably secure in a concurrent setting, i.e., where many OT sessions may be running concurrently with their messages interleaved arbitrarily. Known OT protocols use zero-knowledge proofs, and no concurrent zero-knowledge proofs are known that use less than a poly… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/SFCS.2000.892120


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