Category: homomorphic encryption

RSA is partially cryptographically homomorphic

Homomorphic cryptography [1], should it ever become available as a product, will have an intriguing property: computers will be able to operate on encrypted data without either having to- or being able to decrypt it. Competitive or regulatory pressure leads many organisations to distrust public (or private) clouds with their data and algorithms, so they … Continue reading RSA is partially cryptographically homomorphic