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An Improved Lindell-Waisbard Private Web Search Scheme
International Journal of Network Security
In 2010, Lindell and Waisbard proposed a private web search scheme for malicious adversaries. At the end of the scheme, each party obtains one search word and queries the search engine with the word. We remark that a malicious party could query the search engine with a fake word instead of the word obtained. The malicious party can link the true word to its provider if the victim publicly complain for the false searching result. To fix this drawback, each party has to broadcast all shares so asdblp:journals/ijnsec/CaoLY16 fatcat:ev6xeofy5vg4vkk3umksvecdta