Wysteria: A Programming Language for Generic, Mixed-Mode Multiparty Computations

@article{Rastogi2014WysteriaAP,
  title={Wysteria: A Programming Language for Generic, Mixed-Mode Multiparty Computations},
  author={Aseem Rastogi and Matthew A. Hammer and Michael Hicks},
  journal={2014 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy},
  year={2014},
  pages={655-670}
}
In a Secure Multiparty Computation (SMC), mutually distrusting parties use cryptographic techniques to cooperatively compute over their private data, in the process each party learns only explicitly revealed outputs. In this paper, we present Wysteria, a high-level programming language for writing SMCs. As with past languages, like Fairplay, Wysteria compiles secure computations to circuits that are executed by an underlying engine. Unlike past work, Wysteria provides support for mixed-mode… CONTINUE READING
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Wysteria: A programming language for generic, mixed-mode multiparty computations

  • A. Rastogi, M. Hammer, M. Hicks
  • Department of Computer Science, University of…
  • 2014
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