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comment Use of ElGamal encryption for signature generation
Elgamal cryptosystem also hold the property of commutative (paper: DAI Wei " Commutative-like Encryption: A New Characterization of ElGamal ")
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comment CCA-attack is possible in RSA, but how the decryption key $d$ is known to anyone
i am talking about text-book RSA,and CCA-attack on it.
Mar
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revised CCA-attack is possible in RSA, but how the decryption key $d$ is known to anyone
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asked CCA-attack is possible in RSA, but how the decryption key $d$ is known to anyone
Feb
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asked Drawback of ElGamal encryption
Feb
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comment In a additive group is it hard to calculate $bg$ given $ag, g, abg$
yes you are correct a,b are integers not element of group.
Feb
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revised In a additive group is it hard to calculate $bg$ given $ag, g, abg$
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Feb
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asked In a additive group is it hard to calculate $bg$ given $ag, g, abg$
Feb
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revised Identity-Based Encryption consist of four algorithms. Extract phase is one of them and it is done by PKG or receiver?
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reviewed Approve Identity-Based Encryption consist of four algorithms. Extract phase is one of them and it is done by PKG or receiver?
Feb
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comment Identity-Based Encryption consist of four algorithms. Extract phase is one of them and it is done by PKG or receiver?
Are you saying that in IBE, PKG is not necessary.
Feb
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asked Identity-Based Encryption consist of four algorithms. Extract phase is one of them and it is done by PKG or receiver?
Feb
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comment In a group, is it hard to calculate the base $g$ given $g^a$ and $a$?
is it mean that in cyclic group it can be calculated by finding inverse of a, but in general like RSA encryption it is not true.
Feb
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comment In a group, is it hard to calculate the base $g$ given $g^a$ and $a$?
correct. but in modulo arithmetic is it correct?
Feb
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asked In a group, is it hard to calculate the base $g$ given $g^a$ and $a$?
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