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Applications of secure electronic voting to automated privacy-preserving troubleshooting

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Applications of secure electronic voting to automated privacy-preserving troubleshooting
Recent work [27, 15] introduced a novel peer-to-peer application that leverages content sharing and aggregation among the peers to diagnose misconfigurations on a desktop PC. This application poses interesting challenges in preserving privacy of user configuration data and in maintaining integrity of troubleshooting results. In this paper, we provide a much more rigorous cryptographic and yet practical solution for preserving privacy, and we investigate and analyze solutions for ensuring integrity. Categories and Subject Descriptors K.4.1 [Computers and Society]: [Public Policy Issuesprivacy] General Terms Security, Design Keywords Privacy, Integrity, Automatic Troubleshooting, Homomorphic Encryption, Zero Knowledge Proof
Qiang Huang, David Jao, Helen J. Wang
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where CCS
Authors Qiang Huang, David Jao, Helen J. Wang
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