I just wanted to let you know that we have completed the next version of Sharemind and we thought we'll let you know.

For those who haven't heard of Sharemind, it is a MPC implementation that is focused on providing a good interface for application developers. Theoretically, we work with 32-bit integers and three parties and provide security against passive adversaries.

Sharemind 1.9 has these major improvements
1) The first version of the SecreC language compiler. SecreC is a high-level language that separates public and private data and processes them separately. Private data is processed using MPC whereas public data is processed normally.
2) Improved Sharemind assembly language interpreter to allow SecreC to work.
3) A new protocol suite that is faster than the previous Du-Atallah-based one.
4) Support for multiple client applications.
5) Lots of demo applications that show how to use the framework, including SecreC implementations of Apriori and Eclat.

You can check it out at:

Best wishes,

Dan Bogdanov
researcher at Cybernetica / PhD student at U of Tartu

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