Double Blind Comparisons using Groups with Infeasible Inversion

@article{Lorimer2011DoubleBC,
  title={Double Blind Comparisons using Groups with Infeasible Inversion},
  author={William R. Lorimer},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2011},
  volume={abs/1105.3237}
}
Double Blind Comparison is a new cryptographic primitive that allows a user who is in possession of a ciphertext to determine if the corresponding plaintext is identical to the plaintext for a different ciphertext held by a different user, but only if both users co-operate. Neither user knows anything about the plaintexts corresponding to either ciphertext, and neither user learns anything about the plaintexts as a result of the comparison, other than whether the two plaintexts are identical… CONTINUE READING

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