The Open Source hcrypt Project
shapeCPU is a simulated machine which is capable of executing arbitrary programs in a secure fashion using libScarab to protect both data and program code using homomorphic cryptography. Thus even the entity in control of shapeCPU can not gain any information about the data or the program running on shape. Learn more...
libScarab is an implementation of a homomorphic encryption scheme. Using libScarab it is possible to execute operations on encrypted values. The library is written in C. Learn more...
The classic approach of secure function evaluation (SFE) also deals with encrypted programs but is often based on Yao’s Garbled Circuits. The concept of garbled circuits is an alternative to homomorphically encrypted function representations and is currently considered the most effective way to hide program functionality. Learn more...
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Workshop on Encrypted Computing and Applied Homomorphic Cryptography
WAHC'13 associated with 17th Financial Crypto & Data Security, Okinawa Japan
WAHC'14 associated with 18th Financial Crypto & Data Security, Barbados
WAHC'15 associated with 19th Financial Crypto & Data Security, San Juan, Puerto Rico USA
WAHC'16 associated with 20th Financial Crypto & Data Security, Barbados
WAHC'17 associated with 21st Financial Crypto & Data Security, Malta
WAHC'18 associated with 25th ACM CCS 2018, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
WAHC'19 associated with 26th ACM CCS 2019, London, UK