Proxy Re-Encryption is a new cryptographic primitive that allows a semi-trusted third party (a proxy) to forward end-to-end encrypted messages to a second receiver without gaining access to the underlying plaintext. This talk gives an overview of the different flavours of Proxy Re-Encryption. It further provides an example of how the “most useful” property, unidirectionality, is commonly achieved by looking at one of the schemes.
Next time we meet at SSE (Secure Systems Engineering), Mauerstr. 78-80.
The next meetup is a special Berlin Crypto meetup and not at our usual location at Mozilla Berlin.
We are an inclusive and safe meetup. As a user of the Mozilla Space in Berlin, we follow Mozilla's Community Participation Guidelines
We're a bunch of security enthusiasts. Mozilla is nice enough to give us the space, but this meetup and its leaders do not speak on behalf of Mozilla.