Flat ORAM: A Simplified Write-Only Oblivious RAM Construction for Secure Processor Architectures

@article{Haider2016FlatOA,
  title={Flat ORAM: A Simplified Write-Only Oblivious RAM Construction for Secure Processor Architectures},
  author={Syed Kamran Haider and Marten van Dijk},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1611.01571}
}
Oblivious RAM (ORAM) is a cryptographic primitive which obfuscates the access patterns to a storage thereby preventing privacy leakage via access patterns. So far in the current literature only ‘fully functional’ ORAMs are widely studied which can protect, at a cost of considerable performance penalty, against the strong adversaries who have access to the memory address bus and can monitor all read and write operations. However, for weaker and more common adversaries who can learn the pattern… CONTINUE READING

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