Questions tagged [p1363]

P1363 is a set of public key cryptography standards provided by the IEEE.

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What's happening with IEEE 1363?

IEEE 1363 (or more precisely, IEEE 1363-2000) - the IEEE Standard Specifications for Public-Key Cryptography - has been inactive for so long, that it is now with status Inactive-Reserved by IEEE, and ...
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Why does P1363 require RW signature with $0 ≤ s < n/2$?

I'm using an older copy of P1363 Public Key Cryptography was used below. It may (or may not) reflect the current state of affairs. P1363 has the following requirement in section 8.2.8 IFSP-RW, p. 45: ...
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Residue requirements of Rabin-Williams primes?

I'm trying to determine the residue requirements of Rabin-Williams. An older copy of P1363's Public Key Cryptography states the following in Section 8.1.3.2 RW key pairs: An RW public key consists ...
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Tweaked Square Roots and Rabin-Williams

I'm reading Bernstein's RSA signatures and Rabin–Williams signatures: the state of the art. In section 6, Bernstein states: Recall that Rabin’s system needed to try several values of r, on ...