# Can a homomorphic encryption scheme be made CCA2 Secure?

Is it possible to modify a homomorphic encryption scheme so that it can be CCA2 secure? From the definition of a homomorphic scheme, it seems that it is malleable, which would result in lack of CCA2 security. So, if we use the regular method to convert a CPA secure scheme to CCA2 secure scheme (using a hash of the message and a random value), will it still preserve its homomorphic property? Please correct me if my understanding is wrong. Thanks in advance!

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You might find this paper interesting. $\;$ –  Ricky Demer Jul 3 '14 at 13:59