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bio website inlovewithcrypto.blogspot.com
location Tehran, Iran
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Cryptology student in sharif university of technology.

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awarded  Yearling
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asked How Secure is a Pronounceable Password? In means of entropy
Oct
21
comment Crypto Libraries with Pairing Based Functions for Academic and Educational Use?
Thank you @DrLecter. How can I make it more proper "as a Question"? Can going community wiki help me on finding some kind of "conventional" library for PBC? Then, how can I help in making a community wiki out of it? Thanks again!
Oct
21
asked Crypto Libraries with Pairing Based Functions for Academic and Educational Use?
Feb
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revised Safe generator for ElGamal signature
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Feb
21
answered Safe generator for ElGamal signature
Feb
15
comment Is there a standard way to extend the output of a hash?
I strongly believe that the structure would not make a 'more secure' hash function out of an already available hash function. Think of it as this, by accessing an oracle which finds a preimage for $h(.)$ finding a preimage for $h'(.)$ can be done just using a simple efficient polynomial time algorithm.
Feb
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awarded  Autobiographer
Feb
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answered How to determine which type of crypto is used in a text file?
Feb
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answered Are there groups where the computational Diffie Hellman problem is easy but the discrete log problem is hard?
Feb
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accepted What does “Worst-case hardness” mean in lattice-based cryptography?
Feb
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awarded  Student
Feb
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asked What does “Worst-case hardness” mean in lattice-based cryptography?
Nov
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comment Do any non-US ciphers exist?
I afraid I cannot give you the full papers of the conference proceedings due to copyright restrictions. But this links of "ePrint Archive" to papers authered by my classmates might be useful for you: A provable secure anonymous proxy signature scheme without random oracles, Secure Channel Coding Schemes based on Polar Codes
Oct
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awarded  Teacher
Oct
26
comment Do any non-US ciphers exist?
The proceedings are not publicly available but you might find the abstracts of some here and If your internet connection is through a university IP address of which the university has a contract with IEEE Organization you might access the full papers.
Oct
26
revised Do any non-US ciphers exist?
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26
awarded  Supporter
Oct
26
comment Do any non-US ciphers exist?
Hi. I'm not sure what do you mean by what it looks like. I don't think you mean it's visual appearance but it's scientific quality. We have an annual national conference named "ISCISC" for cryptography which calls for papers in english and persian. The english papers would be indexed in IEEE journal and can be accessed all over the world. Usually the english papers are expected to be in higher level and better quality due to the enthusiastic students for studying abroad.
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revised Do any non-US ciphers exist?
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