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Short version: the signature is correct, it is a real signature and therefore it is possible to verify it with one's favourite software. The scam is not based on a cryptographic attak but on what is signed. Craig Wright has recovered an old (and real) Satoshi's signature and tried to provide it as a new signature to validate his identity. It's, as someone ...


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The security level of a hash function is determined by its output size. In general, a hash function is considered cryptographically secure when it is collision resistant and provides security level $b = n/2$. Hence, it is not wrong to describe Lamport's scheme that way. However, the description probably was done that way to abstract away some details: If ...



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