Krzysztof Majcher

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HB and HB+ are a shared secret-key authentication protocols designed for low-cost devices such as RFID tags. HB+ was proposed by Juels and Weis at Crypto 2005. The security of the protocols relies on the learning parity with noise (LPN) problem, which was proven to be NP-hard. The best known attack on LPN by Levieil and Fouque [13] requires sub-exponential(More)
We present an authentication scheme designed for tiny and strictly constrained devices like RFID-tags. Authentication is based on the symmetric key shared between a tag and a reader. While a tag needs to perform only simple operations in order to authenticate: to pick n/2+b random values and then to compute XORs of some values, a reader needs to try 2 b(More)
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