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We found 2 episodes of Cryptography FM with the tag “zero-knowledge proofs”.
Episode 13: Zero-Knowledge STARKs in the Real World!
March 14th, 2021 | 47 mins
Zero-Knowledge proofs have broadened the realm of use cases for applied cryptography over the past decade, from privacy-enhanced cryptocurrencies to applications in voting, finance, protecting medical data and more. In 2018, Dr. Eli Ben-Sasson and his team introduced ZK-STARKs, a new zero-knowledge construction that functions without trusted setup, thereby broadening what zero-knowledge systems are capable of. We’ll talk about ZK-STARKs and more with Eli in this episode of Cryptography FM.
Episode 6: Proving the Existence of Vulnerabilities With Zero-Knowledge Proofs!
November 3rd, 2020 | 41 mins 26 secs
Dr. David Archer of Galois discusses using zero-knowledge proof in order to prove the existence (or lack of) a software vulnerability without sharing details about the vulnerability itself.