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New Public-Key Crypto-System EHT

03/01/2021
by   Alessandro Budroni, et al.
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In this note, an LWE problem with a hidden trapdoor is introduced. It is used to construct an efficient public-key crypto-system EHT. The new system is significantly different from LWE based NIST candidates like FrodoKEM. The performance of EHT compares favorably with FrodoKEM.

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