At Zama, we believe in Kerckhoffs’s principle: that security by obscurity cannot exist. The only way to feel confident about a cryptosystem’s security is to have the community try to break it and fail. In practice, this means we need to publish our results
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Introducing the Concrete Framework.
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Save the date! This Thursday at 6pm (Paris, Fr time), Jean-Baptiste Orfila, Researcher at Zama will present the biggest update to Zama’s FHE library…
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This last part of the TFHE blog posts series is dedicated to bootstrapping.
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This third blog post of the TFHE series describes some more leveled homomorphic operations and building blocks.
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This second blog post of the series shows you how to perform operations on the ciphertexts used in TFHE.
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Part I of a series of posts dedicated to the Fully Homomorphic Encryption scheme called TFHE
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Introducing Concrete ML, alongside new features for Concrete Numpy and Concrete Core.
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