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 Peter Baumann, Stefan Katzenbeisser, Martin Stopczynski, Erik Tews: Disguised Chromium Browser: Robust Browser, Flash and Canvas Fingerprinting Protection. WPES'16, October 24 2016, Vienna, Austria. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2994620.2994621
Secure two-party computation (TPC) based on Yao’s garbled circuits has seen a lot of progress over the past decade. Yet, compared with generic computation, TPC is still multiple orders of magnitude slower. To improve the efficiency of secure computation based on Yao’s protocol, we propose a practical parallelization scheme. In , we present an automatic compiler for ANSI-C to parallel circuits (ParCC) and illustrate the capabilities of evaluating parallel circuits with our framework UltraSFE, based on the JustGarble framework.
We're currently working on open sourcing UltraSFE. Updates and sources will be published here.
Moreover, we're currently integrating ParCC into CBMC-GC for its next release at forsyte.at/software/cbmc-gc/, stay tuned.
 Niklas Büscher & Stefan Katzenbeisser: Faster Secure Computation through Automatic Parallelization, to appear at USENIX Security Symposium 2015, Washington D.C., USA
The Enhanced Privacy ID (EPID) anonymous authentication scheme defines protocols (setup, join, sign, verify) for the remote, anonymous and (optionially) unlinkable authentication of a device , . The scheme comprises three parties. A member (user) that wants to authenticate to a verifier (service provider), and an issuer needed for the setup. The unlinkability property provides a method to revoke a user even if the private key of it is not known, resulting in a privacy-enhanced revocation.
A software implementation of the EPID protocols in Java can be downloaded here. Implemented are a pairing based version of the EPID protocols, and a small graphical frontend that allows to run the protocols locally on one machine. The code is best used by importing it into the Eclipse IDE.
 Brickell, E. & Li, J. Enhanced Privacy ID: A Direct Anonymous Attestation Scheme with Enhanced Revocation Capabilities. IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing, 2012, 9, pp. 345-360, http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TDSC.2011.63
 Brickell, E. & Li, J. Enhanced Privacy ID: A remote anonymous attestation scheme for hardware devices. Intel Technology Journal, 2009, 13, pp. 96-111.