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Why is Blum-Goldwasser not IND-CCA-2 secure?
Consider the Blum-Goldwasser encryption scheme as described on Wikipedia. I was told that it was not IND-CCA-2 secure. I heard there was malleabilty, probably it has to do with XOR-ing. But I do not ...
Feb 19 '13 at 17:49
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