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accepted Reductionist proofs of decisional problems to computational
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reviewed Approve Security of the iterated Hill Cipher
May
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revised Reductionist proofs of decisional problems to computational
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asked Reductionist proofs of decisional problems to computational
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reviewed Approve Quantum key distribution simulation
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reviewed Approve How should I calculate the entropy of a password?
May
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revised Journals to read in order to keep up to date with interesting research
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answered Journals to read in order to keep up to date with interesting research
May
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comment Security assessment between $g^{a_ix_i+r_i}$ and $g^{x_i+r_i}$
there is a relaxed security definition and the attacker is allowed to reveal the sum but not the individual values. There is no all-or-nothing definition...
May
21
accepted Security assessment between $g^{a_ix_i+r_i}$ and $g^{x_i+r_i}$
May
21
answered Which concrete applications benefit from Oblivious RAM constructions?
May
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comment Security assessment between $g^{a_ix_i+r_i}$ and $g^{x_i+r_i}$
The adversary doesn't know $x_i$
May
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comment Security assessment between $g^{a_ix_i+r_i}$ and $g^{x_i+r_i}$
Nice question. $r_i$ is 'partially' secret. It is used to verify aggregate results. $g^{\sum{r_i}}$ is revealed
May
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asked Security assessment between $g^{a_ix_i+r_i}$ and $g^{x_i+r_i}$
May
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answered Is it possible to find data which makes sense when decrypted with different keys?
Apr
22
revised Key construction in the Full Cramer-Shoup cryptosystem
typo in the title
Apr
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suggested approved edit on Key construction in the Full Cramer-Shoup cryptosystem
Apr
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comment Existence of a map $\phi:\mathbb{Z}_{N^2}^* \mapsto \mathbb{F} $
@poncho. the multiplicative one: $\phi(ab)=\phi (a)\phi (b)$