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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
White-box security techniques are employed to protect programs so that they can be executed securely in untrusted environments, e.g. for copyright protection. We present the first robust combiner for white-box primitive, specifically for White-Box Remote Program Execution (WBRPE) schemes. The WBRPE combiner takes two input candidate WBRPE schemes, W and W , and outputs a third candidate W = W • W . The combiner is (1, 2)-robust, namely, W is secure as long as either W or W is secure. Thedoi:10.1007/978-3-642-13869-0_20 fatcat:wqdage7w7nhpzh2d66a7wwvwjm