Secure multi-party computation(SMPC) is an important research area in cryptography with many application scenarios, but there are still many problems to be solved. Aiming at security and fairness issues in SMPC, we consider that semi-honest participants are able to execute the protocol according to the specification, but there would be some additional malicious operations such as collusion and refuse to exchange information in the process of information interaction, which leads to deviations in the security and fairness of the protocol. To solve the above problems, we combine information entropy and mutual information to propose an n-round information exchange protocol, in which each participant broadcasts a relevant information value in each round without revealing additional information. The uncertainty of the correct result value is fuzzed by the interactive information in each round, and each participant cannot determine the correct result value until the end of the protocol, which effectively prevents malicious behavior and ensures the correct execution of the protocol. Security analysis and fairness analysis show that under the semi-honest model, our protocol guarantees the security and relative fairness of the output obtained by the participants after completing the protocol.