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Jun
22
accepted Pseudo Random Generator with fixed Hamming Weight
Jun
21
comment Pseudo Random Generator with fixed Hamming Weight
@D.W. I'm edit my question
Jun
21
revised Pseudo Random Generator with fixed Hamming Weight
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Jun
21
revised Pseudo Random Generator with fixed Hamming Weight
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Jun
21
revised Pseudo Random Generator with fixed Hamming Weight
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Jun
21
asked Pseudo Random Generator with fixed Hamming Weight
May
20
revised SIMONs Cryptoanalysis
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May
20
revised SIMONs Cryptoanalysis
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May
18
revised SIMONs Cryptoanalysis
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May
18
asked SIMONs Cryptoanalysis
Apr
3
awarded  Yearling
Mar
15
accepted Semantic Security Active or Passive attacks?
Mar
11
comment Semantic Security Active or Passive attacks?
then actually the word "semantically secure" is not only for passive attacks ...
Mar
11
revised Semantic Security Active or Passive attacks?
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Mar
11
asked Semantic Security Active or Passive attacks?
Mar
6
accepted Perfect Secrecy, two Definitions
Feb
20
comment Are there any bijective one-way functions not based on number-theoretic hardness assumptions?
the trapdoor functions of McEliece and MPKC are not bijective ...
Jan
31
comment Question Error Correcting Codes
@DavidCash Is there any way of hidden the coset?
Jan
30
comment Question Error Correcting Codes
@DavidCash I understand,
Jan
24
comment Question Error Correcting Codes
in the last example (SAGE) m1 is a non-zero vetor in Ker G and that not belong to the same coset $C+e$.