Today's decentralized storage service relies on end-to-end encryption to secure data content and access control, but data encryption prohibits from searching and computing over encrypted data, which inevitably degrades the user experience. In the meantime, decentralized storage commonly faces severe threats from both clients and service peers. Service peers may return partial or incorrect results, while clients may intentionally slander the service peers to avoid payments.
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