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Hash collision resistance requirements for Lamport signatures
According to the original paper, Lamport one-time signature scheme uses two one-way functions: $F$ and $G$. The former one, $F$, is used to create a public key by hashing elements of the private key ...
Oct 7 '12 at 13:39
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