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Tuesday, July 05, 2016

Zero Knowledge Proofs

Intriguing introduction to zero knowledge proofs using graphs, with implementing Python code. Technical, but worth a look.  " ... In this post we’ll get a strong taste for zero knowledge proofs by exploring the graph isomorphism problem in detail. In the next post, we’ll see how this relates to cryptography and the bigger picture. The goal of this post is to get a strong understanding of the terms “prover,” “verifier,” and “simulator,” and “zero knowledge” in the context of a specific zero-knowledge proof. Then next time we’ll see how the same concepts (though not the same proof) generalizes to a cryptographically interesting setting. ... " 

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