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Can a proof be constructed to show there is no distinguisher?
Let's assume a simple algorithm like the Skein hash function. Is it possible, given the algorithm, to construct a proof that it does not have a particular distinguisher, something like: $P(xyz)$ is ...
Feb 12 '11 at 5:34
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