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A finite field is a mathematical construct based on a set of axioms which are held to be true. A number of interesting and useful properties arise from finite fields that makes them particularly suitable for use in cryptography, notably in block ciphers. Questions concerning finite fields should use this tag. Your question may concern finite fields if you are asking about AES, block ciphers or modular arithmetic.

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Recently a method of doing share conversions for generic field or rings has been done here. Basically this paper offers a solution of converting a sharing of $a \in F_p$ i.e. $[a]_p$ into a sharing of …
answered Mar 19 '19 by Dragos