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Computer Science double BSc, master-level student. Bitcoin enthusiast.

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Sep
25
awarded  Yearling
May
31
asked How to properly add ECDSA private keys?
May
27
accepted Is there some way to generate a non-predictable random number in a decentralised network?
May
27
accepted How strong is the ECDSA algorithm?
Apr
28
asked How strong is the ECDSA algorithm?
Apr
28
accepted What is the largest performed/possible bruteforce attack to date?
Apr
10
comment What is the largest performed/possible bruteforce attack to date?
@RickyDemer Some paper would be ideal, but probably the website will do.
Apr
9
asked What is the largest performed/possible bruteforce attack to date?
Feb
19
accepted How can I calculate the SHA-256 “midstate”?
Feb
16
asked How can I calculate the SHA-256 “midstate”?
Feb
15
asked Is there some way to generate a non-predictable random number in a decentralised network?
Nov
5
comment Academic papers on ECDSA security
It certainly seems like a good position. Whereas papers on specific classes of curves would be welcome, a broader perspective is also useful.
Nov
5
asked Academic papers on ECDSA security
Nov
5
accepted How can I store confident data with OpenID?
Oct
29
awarded  Autobiographer
Oct
15
comment How can I store confident data with OpenID?
That would be preferable. The system is to use that data infrequently only when the user is logged in and performs an explicit action.
Oct
15
asked How can I store confident data with OpenID?
Oct
1
comment Where can I find Secp256k1 ECDSA test vectors?
I already have a testing architecture in place from a library implementing curves like P224, but I can't find any external data to test my implementation against. It should work, I can successfully generate, sign and verify anything with it, but comparing it with someone else's implementation would be desirable.
Oct
1
accepted A set of key pairs and one hash to secure them
Sep
27
asked Where can I find Secp256k1 ECDSA test vectors?