Security

A Modified Ck-Secure Sum Protocol for Multi-Party Computation

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Executive Summary

Secure Multi-Party Computation (SMC) allows multiple parties to compute some function of their inputs without disclosing the actual inputs to one another. Secure sum computation is an easily understood example and the component of the various SMC solutions. Secure sum computation allows parties to compute the sum of their individual inputs without disclosing the inputs to one another. In this paper, the authors propose a modified version of their ck-Secure Sum protocol with more security when a group of the computing parties conspire to know the data of some party.

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