Authors: Gilad Asharov, Yehuda Lindell, Thomas Schneider, and Michael Zohner () CROSSING Project E4
Published: In 20th ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS'13)
(opens in new tab)http://eprint.iacr.org/2013/More Efficient Oblivious Transfer and Extensions for Faster Secure Computation.pdf
Description: This tool implements an OT extension protocol that has less communication and computation complexity than the original OT extension protocol by Ishai et al. (CRYPTO'03) and thereby achieves a runtime improvement of at least factor 3 over existing OT extension implementations. It supports highly parallel architectures by running in a block-wise and multi-threaded fashion. Moreover, it implements the correlated and random OT functionality, which allows several secure computation protocols to further decrease the amount of data that has to be sent over the network. The tool can be applied in a wide range of deployment scenarios by allowing the designer to choose between different levels of security as well as underlying cryptographic assumptions.
This tool can be used for the development of privacy preservingapplications as well as a tool to protect information in applications.
Target group: Developer
Software development phase: Implementation
Application environment: Secure computation protocols
Programming language: C/C++
Software Repository: http://encrypto.de/code/OTExtension