One Bad Apple: Backwards Compatibility Attacks on State-of-the-Art Cryptography


Backwards compatibility attacks are based on the common practical scenario that a cryptographic standard offers a choice between several algorithms to perform the same cryptographic task. This often includes secure stateof-the-art cryptosystems, as well as insecure legacy cryptosystems with known vulnerabilities that are made available for backwards… (More)


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