The references listed are optional, and sometimes go well beyond what we covered in class.

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Additional references

Other notions of security: covert security (with public verifiability); 1-bit leakage: Aumann-Lindell 2007 (covert security), Asharov-Orlandi 2012, Hong et al. 2018, Damgård et al. 2020 (covert security with public verifiability), Huang et al. 2012 (1-bit leakage)

Malicious OT (extension) protocols: Asharov et al., Keller et al., Masny-Rindal, Büscher et al., Guo et al.

Practical considerations
References: Barak et al., Hastings et al.

Oblivious transfer
Chou-Orlandi

Pragmatic MPC

Distributed point functions (DPFs)

Implementations of semi-honest secure two-party computation.
References: Fairplay, TASTY (see also here), Huang et al. 2011, Choi et al., Schneider-Zohner 2013

Implementations of multi-party computation with semi-honest security.
References: FairplayMP, SecureSCM, sugar-beet auction, SEPIA, Sharemind, VIFF, MPC for financial-data analysis, Choi et al.

OT.
References: Peikert et al. 2008,

More efficient cut-and-choose in the two-party setting.
References: Lindell 2013, Huang et al. 2013

The IPS compiler.
References: Ishai-Prabhakaran-Sahai, Lindell-Pinkas-Oxman

The Damgard-Orlandi protocol for malicious MPC without honest majority.
References: Damgard-Orlandi (see also here for an implementation)