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===People===
 
===People===
 
* ''[https://www.sha.rub.de/group/staff/gueneysu/ Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tim Güneysu]'' (Sichere Hardware am HGI, RUB), Co-Autor von BIKE
 
* ''[https://www.sha.rub.de/group/staff/gueneysu/ Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tim Güneysu]'' (Sichere Hardware am HGI, RUB), Co-Autor von BIKE
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* ''[https://cryptojedi.org/peter/index.shtml Peter Schwabe]''
  
 
===Presse===
 
===Presse===

Aktuelle Version vom 2. April 2018, 13:16 Uhr

Themenbereiche[Bearbeiten]

Grundlagen[Bearbeiten]

Algorithmen[Bearbeiten]

Post-Quantum Cryptography[Bearbeiten]

Software[Bearbeiten]

  • Botan: Crypto and TLS for C++11 (McEliece, XMSS)
  • Open Quantum Safe (BCNS15, NewHope, MSR NewHope, CRYSTALS/Kyber, Frodo, NTRU, IQC Reference, MSR SIDH, McBits)
  • libpqcrypto (BIG QUAKE, Classic McEliece, CRYSTALS-DILITHIUM, CRYSTALS-KYBER, DAGS, FrodoKEM, Gui, KINDI, LUOV, MQDSS, NewHope, NTRU-HRSS-KEM, NTRU Prime, Picnic, qTESLA, Rainbow, Ramstake, SABER, SPHINCS+)

NIST PQC[Bearbeiten]

Round 1 Submissions[Bearbeiten]

PKE = Public Key Encryption, KEM = Key Encapsulation Mechanism, LWE = Learning With Errors, PKS = Public Key Signatures

Name Type Math Status Comment
BIG QUAKE PKE, KEM codes ? BInary Goppa QUAsi-cyclic Key Encapsulation
BIKE KEM codes ? QC-MDPC (Quasi-Cyclic Moderate Density Parity-Check), RUB-Beteiligung
CFPKM KEM ? Broken by Ron Steinfeld -
Classic McEliece PKE, KEM codes classic -
Compact LWE PKE lattice, LWE Broken -
CRYSTALS-DILITHIUM PKS module lattice ? Co-Autoren Roberto Avanzi (ARM Limited, DE), Eike Kiltz (RUB)
CRYSTALS-KYBER KEM module lattice ? Co-Autoren Roberto Avanzi (ARM Limited, DE), Eike Kiltz (RUB)
DAGS KEM codes ? -
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Resourcen[Bearbeiten]

People[Bearbeiten]

Presse[Bearbeiten]

Videos[Bearbeiten]

Quantencomputer[Bearbeiten]

Öffentliche Initiativen[Bearbeiten]

Linksammlungen[Bearbeiten]

Konferenzen[Bearbeiten]

  • RWC 2017 Post-quantum cryptography in the real-world (Marco Martinoli, 2017)