Contemporary Cryptology (Advanced Courses in Mathematics - by Dario Catalano, Ronald Cramer, Ivan Damgard, Giovanni Di

By Dario Catalano, Ronald Cramer, Ivan Damgard, Giovanni Di Crescenzo, David Pointcheval, Tsuyoshi Takagi

The purpose of this article is to regard chosen issues of the topic of up to date cryptology, established in 5 fairly autonomous yet similar issues: effective disbursed computation modulo a shared mystery, multiparty computation, glossy cryptography, provable safeguard for public key schemes, and effective and safe public-key cryptosystems.

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Another remark is that although the general protocol constructions we give are phrased as solutions to the basic MPC problem, they can in fact also handle the more general type of problem. A key tool for secure MPC, interesting in its own right, is verifiable secret sharing (VSS): a dealer distributes a secret value s among the players, where the dealer and/or some of the players may be cheating. It is guaranteed that if the dealer is honest, then the cheaters obtain no information about s, and all honest players are later able to reconstruct s, even against the actions of cheating players.

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