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Apr
23
comment How is CipherCloud doing homomorphic encryption?
Responding to one of the statements in the DMCA letter that addresses this post in particular: CipherCloud claims that the above statement that they were not pursuing FIPS 140-2 validation is "patently false." They then provide a link to the NIST FIPS 140 Modules In Process list as proof. I stand by my statement, because on the day I made it, I checked the list and CipherCloud was not on it. If they can provide proof that they were in process on Aug 26, 2012, then I will remove that statement from my post.
Apr
22
comment How is CipherCloud doing homomorphic encryption?
Thank you CodesInChaos for that clarification. I do not believe that the materials in question were copyrighted, or that the posting here was anything other than fair use, but am not inclined to spend the time to fight over this. I believe the point has been made about their demonstrated encryption. However, I am intrigued by their claim that they do not have a 1:1 mapping, and they their encryption is non-deterministic. I would like them to demonstrate this. Also, forgive my dyslexic acronym for DMCA (I did some work with an organization known as DCMA, so it flew off my fingertips.)
Apr
22
comment How is CipherCloud doing homomorphic encryption?
What do the comments/claims about their cipher have to do with DCMA? Unless someone can demonstrate that the content used was subject to copyright, then DCMA claims have no merit. In fact, there is a penalty for misuse of DCMA.