Public-key cryptosystem design based on factoring and discrete logarithms

  title={Public-key cryptosystem design based on factoring and discrete logarithms},
  • L..
  • Published 2009
Most existing cryptosystem designs incorporate just one cryptographic assumption, such as factoring or discrete logarithms. These assumptions appear secure today; but, it is possible that efficient algorithms will be developed in the future lo break one or more of these assumptions. It is very unlikely that multiple cryptographic assumptions would simultaneously become easy to solve. Enhancing security is the major objective for cryptosystems based on multiple assumptions. K.S. McCurley… CONTINUE READING
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