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Are there any multiparty homomorphic encryption schemes ? Most of the literature is about two party schemes . Is there any generalization made for n party ?

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thx i did not knew it ! – sashank Jul 30 '12 at 3:13
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The one I'm most familiar with is the SPDZ protocol. The authors have implementing AES via SPDZ with up to 10 parties.

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