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|Title:||A Proof of Concept for Homomorphically Evaluating an Encrypted Assembly Language|
|Keywords:||homomorphic encryption;assembly language;implementation;proof of concept;circuit evaluation;simulating circuits|
|Abstract:||<p>Fully homomorphic encryption allows computations to be made on encrypted data without decryption, while preserving data integrity. This feature is desirable in a variety of applications such as banking, search engine and database querying, and some cloud computing services. Despite not knowing the plaintext content of the data, a remote server performing the computation would still be aware of the functions being applied to the data. To address the issue, this thesis proposes a method of encrypting circuits and executing encrypted instructions, by combining fully homomorphic encryption and digital logic theory. We use the classic RISC Archtecture as a foundation of our work, and the result of our algorithm is essentially an encrypted programming language, where a remote server is capable of executing program code that was written and encrypted by a local client.</p>|
|Appears in Collections:||Open Access Dissertations and Theses|
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