Blockchain privacy company Ligero releases paper on RSA modulus generation protocol for MPC multiparty computing

A number of researchers from Northeastern University and blockchain privacy research company Ligero, including Megan Chen, published a cryptographic paper entitled “Diogenes: Lightweight Scalable RSA Modulus Generation with a Dishonest Majority” and stated that they have been involved Diogenes, the first lightweight, scalable, and less trusted RSA modulus generation protocol was implemented. The paper states that the optimal protocol is designed for thousands of multi-party computing (MPC) model systems to prevent their passive collapse, and it is amplified using effective non-interactive zero-knowledge parameters for active security. The paper also stated that the protocol successfully tested and implemented MPC multi-party computing experiments with 2,000 to 4,000 participants.