Weakening Security Assumptions and Oblivious Transfer

@inproceedings{Cr2002WeakeningSA,
  title={Weakening Security Assumptions and Oblivious Transfer},
  author={Claude Cr and Joe Kilianr},
  year={2002}
}
  • Claude Cr, Joe Kilianr
  • Published 2002
Our work is motivated by a recent trend in cryptographic research. Protocol problems that have previously been solved subject to intractability assumptions are now being solved without these assumptions. Examples of this trend include a new completeness theorem for multiparty protocols[BGW,CCD], and a protocol for byzantine agreement using private channels[FM] . These breakthroughs illustrate both the strengths and the weaknesses of using the cryptographic model. Devising first a protocol that… CONTINUE READING

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