A Closer Look at the Multilinear Cryptography using Nilpotent Groups

02/08/2021
by   Delaram Kahrobaei, et al.
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In a previous paper we generalized the definition of a multilinear map to arbitrary groups and introduced two multiparty key-exchange protocols using nilpotent groups. In this paper we have a closer look at the protocols and will address some incorrect cryptanalysis which have been proposed.

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