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Default Researchers show new indistinguishability obfuscation protocol

https://www.quantamagazine.org/compu...aphy-20201110/
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Originally Posted by Erica Klarreich
While the protocol is far from ready to be deployed in real-world applications, from a theoretical standpoint it provides an instant way to build an array of cryptographic tools that were previously out of reach. For instance, it enables the creation of “deniable” encryption, in which you can plausibly convince an attacker that you sent an entirely different message from the one you really sent, and “functional” encryption, in which you can give chosen users different levels of access to perform computations using your data.
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