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Tool for Automating efficient Secure Two-partY computation protocols
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Summary

TASTY is a Tool for Automating (i.e., describing, generating, executing, benchmarking, and comparing) efficient Secure Two-partY computation protocols using combinations of garbled circuits and homomorphic encryption techniques.

The source code of TASTY is available at https://github.com/tastyproject/tasty.

The documentation on how to install and use TASTY can be found at [https://github.com/encryptogroup/tasty/blob/master/wiki/Doc_Binary.wiki]

Publications

The following publication contains a detailed description of TASTY:

The underlying protocols are described in the following two publications:

Contact

Thomas Schneider

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