This answer makes the claim that the Discrete Log problem and RSA are independent from a security perspective. RSA labs makes a similar statement: The discrete logarithm problem bears the same ...
I have a very basic doubt in RSA key generation and its usage. In RSA key generation you choose two large prime numbers of a very large order. Then you multiply them.(eq $p \cdot q = N$) Now, ...
Basically the title says it all. It would be great if someone could tell give an example using provable security. More information about groups can be found at: ...
First,i want to show you with a picture how the HMQV works. There are some notations you might not familiar, it doesn't matter. I just want to show you the procedure. Next it's an attack on HMQV ...
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 ...