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What type of groups does Microsoft's U-Prove use (Schnorr… etc?)
I'm trying to learn more about the Subgroups implementation of Microsoft UProve. I'm unsure if they are Schnorr Groups or use a different foundation? Can anyone point me to the technical reading ...
Jun 29 '13 at 16:10
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