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Does anybody know any free implementation of either order preserving encryption or order preserving hashing? I've found some codes like CMPH but I need to dynamically add new DATA and that's why most of them doesn't apply.

Thank you!

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I just answered a similar question here: crypto.stackexchange.com/questions/3813/… – pg1989 Jun 22 '13 at 1:47
    
The scheme I describe is the one used in CryptDB. – pg1989 Jun 22 '13 at 1:47

CryptDB implements order-preserving encryption, and its source code is publicly available. In fact, rather than building your own system that uses order-preserving encryption, you might try just using CryptDB.

Alternatively, in a pinch, I suppose you could take one of the papers that describes an order-preserving encryption algorithm and implement it yourself.

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I looked at the code and still it gets very complex when it comes in OPE. What they do is that they choose random numbers from a distribution and then they check for the order?Or this is the naive approach? – curious Apr 11 '13 at 13:49

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