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blind +‎ -able


blindable (not comparable)

  1. (cryptography) Such that, given an encrypted bit (binary digit), anybody can create a random ciphertext decrypting to the same bit.
    • 1994, Douglas R. Stinson, Advances in cryptology: CRYPTO '93, 13th Annual International Cryptology Conference, Santa Barbara, California, USA, August 22-26, 1993: proceedings
      Finally, we use the term additive joint encryption scheme to denote a secure, blindable, xor-homomorphic, witnessed probabilistic public-key joint encryption scheme.
    • 2004, Ari Juels, Financial Cryptography: 8th International Conference: volume 8, page 188:
      Blindable encryption also provides a useful way to make a given ciphertext unrecognizable.