I’m exploring the opportunity of using Noir for an experiment. I’m wondering if there is any available gadget containing the primitives to perform:
a) symmetric key encryption (no particular preference for a specific scheme)
b) asymmetric key encryption (no particular preference for a specific scheme)
We have a few hashing primitives available but not encryption specifically atm.
How does the workflow of your experiment look like?
The component that regards encryption would be to:
- prove that a value committed is equal to a secret being encrypted with a symmetric key
- prove that a (different) value committed is equal to a secret being encrypted with an asymmetric key (public key)
hash(secret, ...) + sharing the preimage with the decryptor sufficiently mimics what you aim to achieve, or must it strictly be an en/decryption scheme?
Thanks for the reply. Actually from what I can tell, it must be an encryption/decryption scheme.
Do you have a library that contains all these reusable primitives? Would it be something worth adding to it?
We don’t currently have such a library. Would you be interested in creating one? We’d be happy to help with technical and financial support via our grants program. You can learn more about it here.