Solving Discrete Logarithms on a 170-Bit MNT Curve by Pairing Reduction

@inproceedings{Guillevic2016SolvingDL,
  title={Solving Discrete Logarithms on a 170-Bit MNT Curve by Pairing Reduction},
  author={Aurore Guillevic and François Morain and Emmanuel Thom{\'e}},
  booktitle={SAC},
  year={2016}
}
Pairing based cryptography is in a dangerous position following the breakthroughs on discrete logarithms computations in finite fields of small characteristic. Remaining instances are built over finite fields of large characteristic and their security relies on the fact that the embedding field of the underlying curve is relatively large. How large is debatable. The aim of our work is to sustain the claim that the combination of degree 3 embedding and too small finite fields obviously does not… 
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