Please help me understand the security strength of McEliece variants prepared for Round 3. I looked at the specifications - https://classic.mceliece.org/nist/mceliece-20201010.pdf - it doesn't have the security strength information - normally other algorithms submitted to NIST usually carry that information in the specification that they submit.
ISARA implementation of Classic McEliece - "6960119" variant is 128 bits? and "8192128" variant 256 bits? Probably based on https://classic.mceliece.org/nist/mceliece-20190331.pdf (though this specification does not talk about the security strength)
What about the other variants submitted for Round 3? How about the NIST Level for these variants?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McEliece_cryptosystem says 80 bits of security for some of the variants. The description further says "In its round 3 submissions to the NIST post-quantum standardization the highest level of security, level 5 is given for parameter sets 6688128, 6960119, and 8192128. "
How about the other variants what is their security level?