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In this paper, we show how Trusted Platform Modules (TPMs), standard security hardware devices, can be used with minor modification to efficiently support Secure Function Evaluation (SFE), a fundamental and extremely powerful cryptographic operation. Prior research by others has shown how SFE can benefit from using security hardware, but prior work has used either custom hardware tokens or powerful secure co-processors which require significant changes to current computing systems. In thisdoi:10.1109/pst.2011.5971987 dblp:conf/pst/TateV11 fatcat:77hesaoqrvghbi3t4dseaoqw7a