Is there a public key semantically secure cryptosystem for which one can prove in zero knowledge the equivalence of two plaintexts?
If Alice encrypts two messages $a$ and $b$, such that $x=E(a)$, $y=E(b)$. Can Alice prove (without revealing $a$, $b$ or the private key) that $a = b$? Obviously the proof must not be too long and it ...
I'm taking coursera cryptography course. The definition of semantic security is hard to understand. I tried to slightly restate it (the word "efficient" was in the original definition). Do I get it ...
Let (E,D) be a secure block cipher. Consider the following tweakable block cipher: ...
On a practice question for my intro cryptography exam, it asks the following: Assuming that keys are chosen with equal likelihood, the shift cipher provides: A) computational security ...