The OT (Oblivious Transfer) Protocol is a cryptographic tool used in secure communication. It allows a sender to send a message to a receiver in a way that the sender remains oblivious to which message the receiver received, and the receiver remains oblivious to the content of the unchosen messages. OT is essential for secure, private transactions, data sharing, and ensuring confidentiality in various digital interactions. It forms the foundation of many privacy-preserving applications and protocols in the realm of cybersecurity.
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