Virtual Ideal Functionality Framework
VIFF is a framework which allows you to specify secure multi-party computations in a clean and easy way. Current features include:
- arithmetic with shares from Zp or GF(28).
- secret sharing based on Shamir and pseudo-random secret sharing (PRSS).
- addition, multiplication, exclusive-or of shares.
- comparison of secret shared Zp inputs, with secret Zp or GF(28) output.
- automatic parallel (asynchronous) execution.
- secure communication using TLS (the successor to SSL).
- cute mascot :-)
released on 1 May 2014
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