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Security Criteria for a Transparent Encryption Layer (Work in Progress)

@inproceedings{Kallas2019SecurityCF,
  title={Security Criteria for a Transparent Encryption Layer (Work in Progress)},
  author={Konstantinos Kallas and B. Pierce and S. Zdancewic},
  year={2019}
}
We study cryptographically-masked flows in the presence of key leakage in an interactive setting. Focusing on the encryption layer in a client-server setting, we propose a range of correctness criteria embodying varying constraints on client and server behavior and assumptions about the power of attackers. We formalize these definitions in Coq and prove that a minimal encrypting middlebox satisfies the strongest property. 

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