Performance defines the abilities of a cipher in terms of processing throughput on various platforms, including its memory requirements.

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Why is ed25519 batch verification faster?

I've read at a few sources that batch verification of ed25519 signatures are faster than verifying an equivalent amount individually. Why is this? Also, is there a closed form model of the rate of ...
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How to compare different signature scheme's performance?

I am interested in comparing the computational performance of two signature schemes. However, I am unsure how to do that. My candidates are RSA and Shamir's ID Based Signature scheme. To get a fair ...
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Which of following new (2013) ECC curves is the most secure or efficient?

I read about the following "safe" ECC curves and notably, secp256 and all the NIST curves are marked as "unsafe" when compared to more modern curves. I need a curve for signing or encryption, (or ...
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AES encryption takes more time to decrypt than encrypt

Please let me know if this is not the right place to ask this question. I will remove it. I am trying to find how much time an AES encryption and decryption takes for a given amount of data and key. ...
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How to perform benchmark of block/stream ciphers?

I would like to perform some benchmarking of different block and stream ciphers for general data (lossless and lossy data) encryption and decryption (with focus on power consumption). To get general ...