This position paper discusses the problem of evaluating a function on an untrusted host, while maintaining the confidentiality of the function. A new non-interactive protocol designed to evaluate a function on an untrusted host is presented. The protocol prevents the disclosure of the function under cryptographic assumptions.
Privacy for mobile code
OOPSLA 1999, Workshop on Distributed object security, November, 2nd 1999, Denver, Colorado, USA
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