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Modification of DiffieHellman . . .
, 2013
"... DiffieHellman algorithm is one of the first schemes proposed for the exchange of keys required in asymmetric encryption. It was developed by Whitfield Diffie and Martin Hellman in 1976. This algorithm removes the need of transferring keys between two communicating parties. It enables each party to ..."
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DiffieHellman algorithm is one of the first schemes proposed for the exchange of keys required in asymmetric encryption. It was developed by Whitfield Diffie and Martin Hellman in 1976. This algorithm removes the need of transferring keys between two communicating parties. It enables each party
Enhancement of MerkleHellman Knapsack Cryptosystem by use of Discrete Logarithmics
"... Abstract The MerkleHellman invented in 1978 is based on the superincreasing subset problem. Ralph Merkle and Martin Hellman used the subset problem to create a cryptosystem to encrypt data. A superincreasing knapsack vector s is created and the superincreasing property is hidden by creating a se ..."
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Abstract The MerkleHellman invented in 1978 is based on the superincreasing subset problem. Ralph Merkle and Martin Hellman used the subset problem to create a cryptosystem to encrypt data. A superincreasing knapsack vector s is created and the superincreasing property is hidden by creating a
A TimeMemory Tradeoff using Distinguished Points: New Analysis & FPGA Results
, 2002
"... In 1980, Martin Hellman [1] introduced the concept of cryptanalytic timememory tradeoffs, which allows the cryptanalysis of any N key symmetric cryptosystem in O(N³) operations with O(N³) storage, provided a precomputation of O(N) is performed beforehand. This procedure is well known but did not le ..."
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In 1980, Martin Hellman [1] introduced the concept of cryptanalytic timememory tradeoffs, which allows the cryptanalysis of any N key symmetric cryptosystem in O(N³) operations with O(N³) storage, provided a precomputation of O(N) is performed beforehand. This procedure is well known but did
Improving the DiffieHellman Key Exchange Algorithm by Proposing the Multiplicative Key Exchange Algorithm
"... Exchanging cryptographic keys has been a problem with respect to security. Whitfield Diffie and Martin Hellman proposed the DiffieHellman key exchange algorithm to overcome the problem. Since then, the concept of key exchange over an unsecured network has completely been revolutionized. The algorit ..."
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Exchanging cryptographic keys has been a problem with respect to security. Whitfield Diffie and Martin Hellman proposed the DiffieHellman key exchange algorithm to overcome the problem. Since then, the concept of key exchange over an unsecured network has completely been revolutionized
Making a Faster Cryptanalytic TimeMemory TradeOff
"... In 1980 Martin Hellman described a cryptanalytic timememory tradeoff which reduces the time of cryptanalysis by using precalculated data stored in memory. This technique was improved by Rivest before 1982 with the introduction of distinguished points which drastically reduces the number of memor ..."
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In 1980 Martin Hellman described a cryptanalytic timememory tradeoff which reduces the time of cryptanalysis by using precalculated data stored in memory. This technique was improved by Rivest before 1982 with the introduction of distinguished points which drastically reduces the number
Rainbow Tables & RainbowCrack Introduction
"... Rainbow tables reduce the difficulty in brute force cracking a single password by creating a large pregenerated data set of hashes from nearly every possible password. Rainbow Tables and RainbowCrack come from the work and subsequent paper by Philippe Oechslin. 1 The method, known as the Faster Tim ..."
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TimeMemory TradeOff Technique, is based on research by Martin Hellman & Ronald Rivest done in the early 1980’s on the
– Defined PublicKey Cryptography
"... This section comprises of an introduction to cryptography, the various problems and cryptographic primitives. 1.1 Brief History Cryptography is a science with a long history. Although it has recently been transformed to conform to the rigorousness of a science, its applications can be traced back t ..."
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project – Defined the private key communication model • Whitfield Diffie and Martin Hellman (1970s) – Laid foundations for cryptographic techniques based on complexity theoretical assumptions
TimeMemory TradeOffs: False Alarm Detection Using Checkpoints
"... Abstract. Since the original publication of Martin Hellman’s cryptanalytic timememory tradeoff, a few improvements on the method have been suggested. In all these variants, the cryptanalysis time decreases with the square of the available memory. However, a large amount of work is wasted during th ..."
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Abstract. Since the original publication of Martin Hellman’s cryptanalytic timememory tradeoff, a few improvements on the method have been suggested. In all these variants, the cryptanalysis time decreases with the square of the available memory. However, a large amount of work is wasted during
Elliptic Curve DSA ECDSA: An Enhanced DSA
"... The Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm #ECDSA# is the elliptic curve analogue of the Digital Signature Algorithm #DSA#, and is under consideration for standardization by the ANSI X9 committee. Unlike the normal discrete logarithm problem and the integer factorization problem, the elliptic cu ..."
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. 1 Introduction Since the introduction of the concept of publickey cryptography by Whit#eld Di#e and Martin Hellman #11# in 1976, the cryptographic importance of the wellstudied discrete logarithm problem's apparentintractability has been recognized. Taher ElGamal #12# #rst described how
A HARDWARE ACCELERATOR FOR ELLIPTIC CURVE CRYPTOGRAPHY OVER GF(2 M)
"... This paper describes a hardware accelerator for elliptic curve cryptography. The accelerator performs Galois field operations as a series of microcode instructions operating on 32bit subsections of operands, which represent elements from GF(2 m) in a binary polynomial basis. The accelerator may be ..."
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scalar multiplication. In 1976, Whitfield Diffie and Martin Hellman introduced the concept of publickey cryptography [1]. The security of this scheme is based on the intractability of the discrete logarithm problem in the multiplicative group of a large finite field. In 1985, Neil Koblitz [2]
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