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The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is a U.S. federal agency that works with industry to develop and apply technology, measurements, and standards.

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NIST tests for AES [closed]

How to do the benchmarking of a self implementation of AES algorithm using NIST test suites? I am unable to find enough material on the internet regarding this.
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Non-lattice NIST candidates affected by SVP problems

I would like to know if there are non-lattice based NIST submissions that are affected by a polynomial time algorithm to Shortest Vector Problem. Are there known reduction from (e.g.) code based ...
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How to use NIST SP 800-22 to check randomness of 128 bits output in AES?

I am trying NIST SP 800-22 to test the randomness of 128 bit output in AES, but i always get igamc: UNDERFLOW or Segmentation fault (core dumped) error. My data file has 128 bit output format, for ...
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How many number of sequences (sample size) should be selected for randomness testing of bock cipher with 256 bits key and block length?

I am working on randomness testing of block cipher. I have gone through the NIST two papers of randomness testing of AES candidate algorithm, links are given below https://csrc.nist.gov/csrc/media/...
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Where to get AES GCM NIST-like test cases

I'm implementing AES GCM 256 bit at the moment. Now I'm finished with copying the content of the standard as a program and now have to make it actually work. With the test cases in the official NIST ...
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NIST test suite with biased PRNG

Is there a straightforward way to employ NIST Statistical Test Suite for testing a biased generator (e.g. with 0.6 probability of 1)? By straightforward way I mean one not requiring nontrivial code ...
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Signature Generation with RSA PKCS#1 v.15

I am trying to validate my RSA implementation for digital signatures with the test vectors provided by NIST. For now, I am focusing on the tests for signature generation (SigGen15) with the PKCS#1 v....
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NIST ECC Curves without pairings

NIST FIPS.186-4 has standardized 5 ECC curves on field $\mathbb{F}_p$ (P-192, P-224, P-256, P-384, P-521) and 10 elliptic curves on binary fields. I need to use ECC curves without pairings for my ...
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Size of group for Elliptic curves vs RSA for equal security

For my research, I would like to compare the efficiency of a scheme when instantiated with Elliptic curves and RSA. So, I would like to know a "latest" comparison (as of 2018) on what group sizes of ...
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Availability of C(2e,1s) KE protocol

For a specific need with embedded system (key establishment with unilateral authentication and pfs) i am looking for a standard c (2e, 1s) key agreement protocol. Unfortunatly it doesn't exist in nist ...
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NIST Standard for Advanced Encryption Standard Algorithm [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Advantage of AES(Rijndael) over Twofish and Serpent What is the reason of NIST why Rijndael choose as the Advanced Encryption Standard
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NIST Statistical Test Segmentation Fault (Core dumped)

I am trying to use NIST Statistical Test When I have 1 line number which is includes 7467 character,(all of the are either 1 or 0) the test is working I am following these steps: ./assess 7467, then ...
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NIST PRIMES - cryptography

I have a problem, If I have $p = \text{P-192} = 2^{192} - 2^{64} - 1$ with the base $2^{64}$ so, $2^{192} \equiv 2^{64} + 1 \pmod p$ the same that $(p=\text{P-192})$ or $2^{256} \equiv 2^{128} + 2^{...
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How to interpret the entropy results for a NIST test file?

There is test data derived from pi that is supplied by NIST for validating their entropy measurement formulae listed in NIST's Recommendation for the Entropy Sources Used for Random Bit Generation. ...
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Do the NIST tools on GitHub measure entropy reliably? [closed]

There is a supposed NIST tool called SP800-90B_EntropyAssessment on that Git thing. It's designed to be used in accordance with NIST's Recommendation for the Entropy Sources Used for Random Bit ...
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