• Published 2019

On the Security of COMET Authenticated Encryption Scheme

@inproceedings{Gueron2019OnTS,
  title={On the Security of COMET Authenticated Encryption Scheme},
  author={Shay Gueron and Ashwin Jha and Mridul Nandi},
  year={2019}
}
In this paper, we present a security proof for COMET, the underlying mode of operation of COMET AEAD, a round 1 candidate of the NIST Lightweight Standardization Process. We show that COMET-128 is secure up to 2 bytes of data and 2 offline computations. This validates the security claims of COMET. 

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