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Secure Software Leasing from Standard Assumptions

@article{Kitagawa2020SecureSL,
  title={Secure Software Leasing from Standard Assumptions},
  author={Fuyuki Kitagawa and Ryo Nishimaki and T. Yamakawa},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2010.11186}
}
  • Fuyuki Kitagawa, Ryo Nishimaki, T. Yamakawa
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science, Physics
  • ArXiv
  • Secure software leasing (SSL) is a quantum cryptographic primitive that enables users to execute software only during the software is leased. It prevents users from executing leased software after they return the leased software to its owner. SSL can make software distribution more flexible and controllable. Although SSL is an attractive cryptographic primitive, the existing SSL scheme is based on public key quantum money, which is not instantiated with standard cryptographic assumptions so far… CONTINUE READING
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