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comment Protocol for Randomized Oblivious Transfer?
Thanks, phocho, so if I do the modification for random OT as following:Alice gets random bits $(S_A, P_A)$ and Bob gets random bits $(S_B, P_B)$ with one condition that is $S_A+S_B=P_A P_B$, how should the protocol be modified to realize OT? I think with that condition $(S_A,P_A)$ and $(S_B,P_B)$ can be mapped into $(z_0,z_1)$ and $(c,z_c)$ one by one, but I couldn't really write the mapping out explicitly. Do you have any idea about that?
comment SIM security for two messages
Eve receives notification that a message was sent through the channel (but does not receive a ciphertext). (Here we assume that the messages come from a finite message space. Otherwise, Eve is notified the length of the message as well.) Eve continues to arbitrarily interact with the environment. The environment outputs a bit (whether Eve caused a particular observable effect on the environment). The adversary is said to "succeed" in the experiment if the environment outputs 1.
comment SIM security for two messages
Actually, the ideal world is defined as following: Ideal world experiment: Repeatedly do: The adversary Eve arbitrarily interacts with the environment. The environment sends a message m to Alice. Alice sends the message m to Bob through a secure channel.
comment Why isn't the IND-CCA property inherited when sending redundant ciphertext?
I think this is a secret key scheme.