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README.md

ObliVM : A Programming Framework for Secure Computation (The compiler)

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Author

The ObliVM compiler is developed and currently maintained by Chang Liu.


Disclaimer

The code is a research-quality proof of concept, and is still under development for more features and bug-fixing.


Prerequisit

Oracle Java 8 JavaCC 5.0 (to compile C.jj under the parser folder only) Python 2.7 (to run tools)


Compile

In Linux:

$ ./compile.sh

In Cygwin

$ ./compile_cygwin.sh

Run the hamming distance example (examples/hamming)

Compile the example:

$ ./run-compiler.sh 54321 examples/hamming/hamming.lcc

In Cygwin

$ ./run-compiler_cygwin.sh 54321 examples/hamming/hamming.lcc

Run the real secure computation:

$ ./runtogether.sh examples/hamming/input_alice.txt examples/hamming/input_bob.txt 

In Cygwin

$ ./runtogether_cygwin.sh examples/hamming/input_alice.txt examples/hamming/input_bob.txt 

Tools

Under tools/ folder, the following tools are available:

  • datainitilizer: initialize the bit input file from a file containing an integer or an array of integers

References

[LWNYS15] [ ObliVM: A Programming Framework for Secure Computation ] (http://www.cs.umd.edu/~liuchang/paper/oakland2015-oblivm.pdf) Chang Liu, Xiao Shuan Wang, Kartik Nayak, Yan Huang, Elaine Shi IEEE S&P 2015

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