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Posted by: ca_beefnoodle (IP Logged)
Date: 06 October 2009 15:47

I wonder if anybody has any thoughts on this article. Can a system that encrypts a 128-bit block with AES in several seconds (in comparison, Crypto++ benchmark only needs a fraction of a millisecond) really be called practical? Also some other works (e.g., reference [25]) also claimed that MPCs are becoming practical. But in [25], comparing two 16-bit integers takes up to a few minutes. With this kind of performance, can they really be used in the real-world?

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