Verifiable private equality test: enabling unbiased 2-party reconciliation on ordered sets in the malicious model

Abstract

In this paper we introduce the novel notion called <i>Verifiable Private Equality Test</i> (VPET) and propose an efficient 2-party protocol for its implementation. VPET enables two parties to securely perform an arbitrary number of comparisons on a fixed collection of (key, value) pairs and thus it is more generic than existing techniques such as <i>Private Equality Test</i> and <i>Private Set Intersection</i>. In addition, we demonstrate how higher-level protocols such as <i>Privacy-Preserving Reconciliation on Ordered Sets</i> (PROS) can be implemented using VPET. Using simulation-based techniques, our new protocols are proven secure in the malicious model. Furthermore, we present a theoretical complexity analysis as well as a thorough experimental performance evaluation of the C++ implementation of our new VPET and PROS protocols.

DOI: 10.1145/2414456.2414482

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@inproceedings{Mayer2012VerifiablePE, title={Verifiable private equality test: enabling unbiased 2-party reconciliation on ordered sets in the malicious model}, author={Daniel A. Mayer and Susanne Wetzel}, booktitle={ASIACCS}, year={2012} }