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On MPCFHEZK-friendly symmetric crypto

June 14, 2023


Christian Rechberger - Graz University of Technology


Abstract. In the last decade, concretely efficient new designs in symmetric cryptography that are friendly for zero-knowledge proofs (ZK), secure multiparty computation (MPC), or (fully) homomorphic encryption (FHE) environments have been appearing at an increasingly fast pace. In the talk we review this space, and ask ourselves: How did we get here and where do we go from here?

Presented at

Crypto Reading Club talk on 2023-Jun-14

Parent Project

See: Crypto Reading Club

Related Topics

Security and Privacy: cryptography

Created May 05, 2023, Updated June 15, 2023