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Malleability of ElGamal and Hashed ElGamal
Question: Suppose A encrypts a number $x$ which indicates her bid on a contract, using ElGamal encryption. Say that the encryption of $x$ produces a ciphertext $c$. Explain how E can modify $c$ to ...
Dec 15 '11 at 18:15
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