(C) 2016 University of Bristol. See LICENSE.txt =========== OT Extension ========== Requirements: - GCC and CPU supporting PCLMUL, AES-NI, and SSE4.1. To run the OT extension protocol: - Make ot.x - Run ot.x -p 0 and then ot.x -p 1 to run the OT extension between two parties - For a full list of possible options, run ot.x - We have measured 69 seconds on a local link with -n 1000000000 -l 100 -x 50 Further comments: - OTExtensionWithMatrix (used by default) is the optimized extension for 128-bit OT. OTExtension is slower but more flexible. - Secure base OT computation is not implemented. If you wish to implement it, do so in BaseOT::exec_base(). Refer to FakeOT::exec_base() for the desired output. - ot-check.x allows to check the output of ot.x. - ot-bitmatrix.x is a unit test for the BitMatrix class. - This has only been tested on Linux. - Parts of the code use a C implementation of AES, which has been removed.