Nir Bitansky
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From extractable collision resistance to succinct non-interactive arguments of knowledge, and back again
N Bitansky, R Canetti, A Chiesa, E Tromer
Proceedings of the 3rd Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science …, 2012
2902012
Succinct non-interactive arguments via linear interactive proofs
N Bitansky, A Chiesa, Y Ishai, R Ostrovsky, O Paneth
Theory of Cryptography, 315-333, 2013
2012013
Recursive composition and bootstrapping for SNARKs and proof-carrying data
N Bitansky, R Canetti, A Chiesa, E Tromer
Proceedings of the forty-fifth annual ACM symposium on Theory of computing …, 2013
1992013
Indistinguishability obfuscation from functional encryption
N Bitansky, V Vaikuntanathan
Journal of the ACM (JACM) 65 (6), 1-37, 2018
1562018
On the Existence of Extractable One-Way Functions
N Bitansky, R Canetti, O Paneth, A Rosen
Proceedings of the 46th annual ACM symposium on Symposium on theory of computing, 2014
130*2014
On strong simulation and composable point obfuscation
N Bitansky, R Canetti
Journal of cryptology 27 (2), 317-357, 2014
114*2014
Succinct randomized encodings and their applications
N Bitansky, S Garg, H Lin, R Pass, S Telang
Proceedings of the 47th annual ACM symposium on Symposium on theory of computing, 2015
1052015
The hunting of the SNARK
N Bitansky, R Canetti, A Chiesa, S Goldwasser, H Lin, A Rubinstein, ...
Journal of Cryptology 30 (4), 989-1066, 2017
882017
ZAPs and non-interactive witness indistinguishability from indistinguishability obfuscation
N Bitansky, O Paneth
Theory of Cryptography Conference, 401-427, 2015
822015
Time-lock puzzles from randomized encodings
N Bitansky, S Goldwasser, A Jain, O Paneth, V Vaikuntanathan, B Waters
Proceedings of the 2016 ACM Conference on Innovations in Theoretical …, 2016
732016
On the cryptographic hardness of finding a nash equilibrium
N Bitansky, O Paneth, A Rosen
Cryptology ePrint Archive, Report 2014/1029, 2 014. http://eprint. iacr. org, 2015
732015
Leakage-tolerant interactive protocols
N Bitansky, R Canetti, S Halevi
Theory of Cryptography Conference, 266-284, 2012
622012
On non-black-box simulation and the impossibility of approximate obfuscation
N Bitansky, O Paneth
SIAM Journal on Computing 44 (5), 1325-1383, 2015
60*2015
The impossibility of obfuscation with auxiliary input or a universal simulator
N Bitansky, R Canetti, H Cohn, S Goldwasser, YT Kalai, O Paneth, ...
Annual Cryptology Conference, 71-89, 2014
54*2014
Perfect structure on the edge of chaos
N Bitansky, O Paneth, D Wichs
Theory of Cryptography Conference, 474-502, 2016
512016
On virtual grey box obfuscation for general circuits
N Bitansky, R Canetti, YT Kalai, O Paneth
Algorithmica 79 (4), 1014-1051, 2017
502017
Program obfuscation with leaky hardware
N Bitansky, R Canetti, S Goldwasser, S Halevi, YT Kalai, GN Rothblum
International Conference on the Theory and Application of Cryptology and …, 2011
502011
From cryptomania to obfustopia through secret-key functional encryption
N Bitansky, R Nishimaki, A Passelčgue, D Wichs
Journal of Cryptology, 1-49, 2019
472019
Why “fiat-shamir for proofs” lacks a proof
N Bitansky, D Dachman-Soled, S Garg, A Jain, YT Kalai, A López-Alt, ...
Theory of cryptography conference, 182-201, 2013
472013
Obfuscation for evasive functions
B Barak, N Bitansky, R Canetti, YT Kalai, O Paneth, A Sahai
Theory of Cryptography Conference, 26-51, 2014
462014
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