Threshold cryptography is the art of chopping a secret into little bits, so that the secret can only be learned by possessing more than a threshold number of those bits.

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Negative exponents in Shoup's threshold RSA?

I'm trying to implement threshold RSA operations, starting with decryption based on Peeters, R., Nikova, S., & Preneel, B. (2008). Practical RSA Threshold Decryption for Things That Think. ...
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Threshold signatures vs. certificate authority+voting verification

Perhaps a silly question, but I am wondering what the advantages are of threshold signatures. Let's consider the following two signature schemes: $(t,n)$-threshold signature with a trusted dealer, ...
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Composition of non-perfect encryption keys

Definition 1: A key $k$ is called perfect if it is uniformly distributed from the adversary's point of view; a key $k$ is called $ε$-perfect, if its distribution has an $ε$ trace (statistical) ...
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Reducing key shares in Damgård-Dupont threshold RSA

I'm working on understanding and implementing Damgård, I., & Dupont, K. (2005). Efficient Threshold RSA Signatures with General Moduli and No Extra Assumptions. Public Key Cryptography-PKC ...
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Cryptographic Operations and Security

sign((M’, TAlice, sign(( encrypt(( encrypt(M, KpbBob), M’), K), TBob), KsBob)), KsAlice) Can you tell me six security-related facts ...