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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment What are some restrictions when converting Montgomery Curves into Weierstrass Curves?
Another relevant point to this answer is that after remapping to Weierstrass form, the x=9 coordinate must also be remapped with the same change of variables.
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awarded  Famous Question
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accepted How can I find the order of the group that an elliptic curve is defined over?
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asked How can I find the order of the group that an elliptic curve is defined over?
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accepted Does a cofactor of an elliptic curve have to be an integer?
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comment Does a cofactor of an elliptic curve have to be an integer?
tylo, very good point. I'd give you an upvote if you made an answer.
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asked Does a cofactor of an elliptic curve have to be an integer?
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accepted What are some restrictions when converting Montgomery Curves into Weierstrass Curves?
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comment What are some restrictions when converting Montgomery Curves into Weierstrass Curves?
You're right, thanks for the point!
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asked What are some restrictions when converting Montgomery Curves into Weierstrass Curves?
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awarded  Good Question
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comment Where can I double check my elliptic curve results?
Clearly, my problem is with doing basic arithmetic in my head sigh
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accepted Where can I double check my elliptic curve results?
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asked Where can I double check my elliptic curve results?
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comment How difficult is it to find the “pre-image” of a block cipher?
Or better yet, what about the scenario where $M_1$ and $M_2$ are fixed.
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comment How difficult is it to find the “pre-image” of a block cipher?
@Thomas I guess I'm asking is there a way to do this without enumerating the entire key space...