Public Key Protocols over Twisted Dihedral Group Rings
AbstractKey management is a central problem in information security. The development of quantum computation could make the protocols we currently use unsecure. Because of that, new structures and hard problems are being proposed. In this work, we give a proposal for a key exchange in the context of NIST recommendations. Our protocol has a twisted group ring as setting, jointly with the so-called decomposition problem, and we provide a security and complexity analysis of the protocol. A computationally equivalent cryptosystem is also proposed.
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Olvera, M.D.G.; Ramos, J.A.L.; Jover, B.T. Public Key Protocols over Twisted Dihedral Group Rings. Symmetry 2019, 11, 1019.
Olvera MDG, Ramos JAL, Jover BT. Public Key Protocols over Twisted Dihedral Group Rings. Symmetry. 2019; 11(8):1019.Chicago/Turabian Style
Olvera, María D.G.; Ramos, Juan A.L.; Jover, Blas T. 2019. "Public Key Protocols over Twisted Dihedral Group Rings." Symmetry 11, no. 8: 1019.
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