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IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive
In this technical report we describe E3 (Encrypt-Everything-Everywhere), a framework which enables execution of standard C++ code with homomorphically encrypted variables. The framework automatically generates protected types so the programmer can remain oblivious to the underlying encryption scheme. C++ protected classes redefine operators according to the encryption scheme effectively making the introduction of a new API unnecessary. At its current version, E3 supports a variety ofdblp:journals/iacr/ChielleMTM18 fatcat:mcobdsgtfjgcthihcvdl64rhiq