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I like crypto. Need I say more?


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answered Which homomorphic encryption scheme has the same size of plaintext space and ciphertext space?
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comment Which homomorphic encryption scheme has the same size of plaintext space and ciphertext space?
The size of the ciphertext space is often a function of the security parameter. If you shrink the ciphertext space too small, the cryptosystem becomes insecure.
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comment Which homomorphic encryption scheme has the same size of plaintext space and ciphertext space?
That one still does not have equal size plaintext/ciphertext spaces (I'm assuming you're referring to section 6). The plaintext space is binary polynomials of degree less than N. The ciphertext space is non-binary polynomials of degree less than N. If you think about it, you could not have a semantically secure public-key cipher where the plaintext and ciphertext spaces are the same size. Non-semantically secure public-key homomorphic ciphers are of little interest.
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comment ECC Complexity order of point addition, scalar point multiplication and selecting random point
Are you wondering about order of operations in elliptic curves?
Apr
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comment Spurious keys filter
Perhaps you are looking for something like this technologyreview.com/news/523746/…
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comment Which homomorphic encryption scheme has the same size of plaintext space and ciphertext space?
I doubt that any exist. Else, how could we have semantic security? Also, the ciphertext space for modern public-key ciphers is so large you could never pre-compute results for all possible ciphertexts. Perhaps it would be better if you described the problem you are trying to solve and let us help you figure out a solution. Right now you are describing a possible solution to some unknown (to us) problem.
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comment Burn after read algorythm. Software verification on compromised environment. Software smart card
You might find this paper interesting.
Apr
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comment Usage of different size chunks during AES encryption/decryption
Glad we figured it out. In your learning, please feel free to continue using this site to help you. I'd suggest you read the help center on the types of questions that are on topic here.
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comment Is it possible to track down copies of WW2-era codebooks?
Perhaps the NSA has some? nsa.gov/about/cryptologic_heritage/museum
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answered Leaving authentication data blank less secure for AES GCM?
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comment Usage of different size chunks during AES encryption/decryption
That's your problem then. I'll write up a detailed answer.
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comment Usage of different size chunks during AES encryption/decryption
What IV do you use when you attempt to encrypt the next chunk?
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comment Usage of different size chunks during AES encryption/decryption
What are you using as the IVs? For CBC the "IV" for the next block of data is the previous block of ciphertext. Therefore, if you generate a new IV for each chunk, but then just try to put chunks together to decrypt, you will have problems.