(... crypto bite to be written)
This crypto bite has been inspired by many talks.
Benny Pinkas has given a great presentation about Oblivious Transfer based on [HL10, Chapter 7] during the 1st BIU Winter School on Cryptography, January 30, February 1 2011, organized by the Center for Research in Applied Cryptography of the Bar-Ilan University, Israel in his talk "Oblivious Transfer". The slides are available[P11].
A basic introduction to OT is by Yehuda Lindell in his talk "Definitions and Oblivious Transfer", starting at 1:02:10. This talk is part of the 5th BIU Winter School on Cryptography, February 15-19 2015, organized by the Center for Research in Applied Cryptography of the Bar-Ilan University, Israel. The corresponding slides[L15] start at page 43.
- [R81] Michael Rabin: How to Exchange Secrets with Oblivious Transfer (iacr.org, full pdf w/ handwritten version!)
- [K88] Joe Killian: Founding Cryptography on Oblivious Transfer (acm.org, paywalled)
- [HL10] Carmit Hazay, Yehuda Lindell: Efficient Secure Two-Party Protocols, Techniques and Constructions. (springer.com, read with VPN via link.springer.com)
- [P11] Benny Pinkas: Oblivious Transfer, 1st BIU Winter School on Cryptography (slides pdf)
- [L15] Yehuda Lindell: Definitions and Oblivious Transfer (slides pdf)
- [CO15] Tung Chu, Claudio Orlandi: The Simplest Protocol for Oblivious Transfer. (iacr.org, full pdf)
- [NP01] Moni Naor, Benny Pinkas: Efficient Oblivious Transfer Protocols (postscript, from www.pinkas.net/ot.html)