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comment Basic cryptography
If you are only interested in common ones that can be found on the internet, why are you asking us to list them? Can you just find them yourself?
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comment Basic cryptography
Are you only interested in insecure ones like Caesar's?
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comment Example: pre-image resistance to second pre-image resistance
@Maeher but with the identity function, you don't have preimage resistance.
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comment Converting a pre-image resistant hash to second pre-image resistant
Can collision resistance be assumed too? Or only pre-image resistance?
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comment Example: pre-image resistance to second pre-image resistance
@juaninf Is the restriction of the input of $f$ to $\{0,1\}^n$ (instead of $\{0,1\}^*$) for a particular reason?
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revised What consequences do the plaintext space size has on the performances in the BGV scheme?
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comment Simulator in Private Outsourced Computation over Outsourced Datasets
I figured it was a mistake. :) The simulator should mimic the real world. So if cheating can occur undetected in the real world with some probability, it should hold in the ideal world too.
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comment Simulator in Private Outsourced Computation over Outsourced Datasets
@user13676 So client's in real world only detect malicious behavior with negligible probability? Doesn't sound like a very useful protocol.
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comment Simulator in Private Outsourced Computation over Outsourced Datasets
@user13676 That said, who determines whether or not cheating is taking place? In the UC world (which I am most familiar with), it would be $\mathcal{Z}$.
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comment Simulator in Private Outsourced Computation over Outsourced Datasets
@user13676 The simulator does not detect anything. The simulators goal is to make the two worlds indistinguishable. In particular, a quote from an answer on your other question is important to remember "the simulator typically works by running the real-world adversary". So the simulator actually acts as the adversary in some sense.
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comment need help for decrypting a cipher.. i am new to this so was wondering if someone could tell me how to go about it
@knowledgeseeker I can understand your frustration, but we have a high bar for questions on this site. Take a look at the article I linked to and the rest of the help center. Also, to put your question in prospective, what if someone asked you "How do I build a car? What are the basic steps to building a car?" There would be entire books on the topic. Just as there are entire books on cryptanalysis. This site will be very useful in your search for knowledge if you ask narrowly scoped, answerable questions.
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comment need help for decrypting a cipher.. i am new to this so was wondering if someone could tell me how to go about it
After the edit, I'd say this question is now too broad. I suggest you take a look at this writeup in the help center
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comment Is there any such thing as “proof of location”?
Can they be anywhere in the world? I.e., is there any bound on their distance from you? Not sure if this is really the right site for this question. Security.SE may be better. We can migrate if needed.
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answered Paillier Encryption: problems with double encryption
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answered Paillier can add and multiply, why is it only partially homomorphic?
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revised What if the p and q used in keys generation of Pailler cryptosystem are composite?
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answered Is Paillier cryptosystem commutative?
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revised Has anyone heard of matrix-based “Roman Doll” encryption techniques?
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comment Library to find an addition chain for a large number?
@Chris, now that you've implemented it, are you going to open source it? If you do, add a link in the question. While the question was put on hold, since it has an upvote, it won't be deleted. Could be useful to someone in the future.