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Dec
16
comment Why are security against eavesdropping and security against CPA equivalent in the setting of public-key cryptography?
It seems to me a homework question more than research one.
Mar
20
comment How would one crack a weak but unknown encryption protocol?
What does "weak" mean? In theory if it's mean that there exists a poly-time algorithm that "invert" the encryption then in theory you could "learn" the function, if you have an oracle access to it. In practice i would try different a machine learning algorithm and see what happens!
Feb
3
comment What are some different cryptography methods?
Lattice assumption became very cool recently. cs.ut.ee/~lipmaa/crypto/link/public/lattice
Jan
27
awarded  Editor
Jan
27
revised How much do we trust KEA1 Assumption?
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Jan
26
awarded  Scholar
Jan
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accepted How much do we trust KEA1 Assumption?
Jan
26
comment How much do we trust KEA1 Assumption?
Thanks! that was what I meant concerning the "trust". i.e. how many researchers have studied this assumption and how much we know about that.
Jan
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awarded  Student
Jan
25
asked How much do we trust KEA1 Assumption?
Jul
24
answered Is there a way to break this encryption?
Jun
18
answered Are there any differences between PIR, oblivious transfer and differential privacy?
Jun
10
awarded  Teacher
Jun
7
answered Which attacks can be avoided by the use of OFB instead of ECB?