Questions tagged [ed448]

In cryptography, Curve448 or Curve448-Goldilocks is an elliptic curve potentially offering 224 bits of security and designed for use with the elliptic-curve Diffie–Hellman (ECDH) key agreement scheme.

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Can the EdDSA signature scheme be customized with OpenSSL?

EdDSA has currently 2 signature scheme Ed25519 and Ed448 where Ed25519 is the EdDSA signature scheme using SHA-512 (SHA-2) and Curve25519 Ed448 is the EdDSA signature scheme using SHAKE256 (SHA-3) ...
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Performing EdDSA/Ed448 employing Montgomery ladder

EdDSA can be efficiently performed employing the Montgomery ladder. In order to implement this method, the base point should be converted to Mont. space, then the Mont. ladder should be executed, and ...
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What is the best way to encrypt whole partitions with Ed448-Goldilocks?

I like crypto, but I'm a bioanalytical chemistry person by trade. I like this algorithm and was wondering if I could use it to encrypt partitions like a MBR that prompts a passphrase, like BitLocker.
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What is “spinal-tap grade” security?

As stated here Ed448 is different from Ed25519 because of "spinal-tap grade" security. What does this mean?
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Elliptic curve ed25519 vs ed448 - Differences

Other than key size, What are some differences between the Elliptic curve ed25519 and ed448?