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As for the "foot-gun" issues with stateful hash-based signatures, it comes down to repeating state. Stateful hash-based signatures (XMSS, LMS) are moderately interesting (can be implemented with competitive signature generation time, and have a sum of public key and signature size which compares fairly well with other postquantum signature algorithms, based ...


This table—of Ed25519 vs. the lattice-based post-quantum candidate Dilithium vs. SPHINCS+ variants at a comparable post-quantum security level, with a tradeoff between signature size and signing time—may help explain: \begin{equation*} \begin{array}{r|rr|rr|rr} \text{sig scheme} && \text{sig bytes} && \text{cycles to sign} \\ \hline \text{...

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