VIFF, the Virtual Ideal Functionality Framework. Virtual Ideal Functionality Framework is a framework for creating efficient and secure multi-party computations (SMPC). Players, who do not trust each other, participate in a joint computation based on their private inputs. The computation is done using a cryptographic protocol which allows them to obtain a correct answer without revealing their inputs. Operations supported include addition, multiplication, and comparison, all with Shamir secret shared outputs. (Source: http://freecode.com/)
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- Damgård, Ivan; Geisler, Martin; Krøigaard, Mikkel; Nielsen, Jesper Buus: Asynchronous multiparty computation: theory and implementation (2009)