Sriram Keelveedhi

sriramkr at cs dot ucsd dot edu   •   At Google Scholar

I graduated with a PhD in 2014, and I'm currently working at Google Security.
My PhD advisor Mihir Bellare.

My name is pronounced ʃriirɑːm kiːlviːði/ Srīrām kīḻvīti


  1. Interactive message-locked encryption and secure deduplication
    with Mihir Bellare
    PKC 2015
  2. How Secure is Deterministic Encryption?
    with Mihir Bellare and Rafael Dowsley
    PKC 2015
  3. Cryptography from compression functions: The UCE bridge to the ROM
    with Mihir Bellare and Viet Tung Hoang
    CRYPTO 2014 | Full version
  4. Instantiating Random Oracles via UCEs
    with Mihir Bellare and Viet Tung Hoang
    CRYPTO 2013 | Full version
  5. DupLESS: Server aided encryption for deduplicated storage
    with Mihir Bellare and Thomas Ristenpart
    USENIX Security 2013 (To appear) | Full version | Source code
  6. Efficient Garbling from a Fixed-Key Blockcipher
    with Mihir Bellare, Viet Tung Hoang, and Phillip Rogaway
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (Oakland 2013) | Full version | Source code
  7. Message-Locked Encryption and Secure Deduplication
    with Mihir Bellare and Thomas Ristenpart
    EUROCRYPT 2013 | Full version | Slides
  8. Are AES x86 Cache Timing Attacks Still Feasible?
    with Keaton Mowery and Hovav Shacham
    CCSW 2012 | Full version
  9. Ciphers that Encipher their own Keys
    with Mihir Bellare and David Cash
    ACM-CCS 2011 | Full version
  10. Authenticated and Misuse-Resistant Encryption of Key-Dependent Data
    with Mihir Bellare
    CRYPTO 2011 | Full version