Non-invertible Anonymous Communication for the Quantum Era

02/28/2021
by   Luis Adrián Lizama-Pérez, et al.
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We introduce a new approach for circuit anonymous communication based on Lizama's non-invertible Key Exchange Protocol (ni-KEP) which has been conceived to work in the quantum era. Lizama's protocol has the smallest key size when compared to main post-quantum schemes thus it becomes a promising alternative for the quantum era. Circuit-based communication can be scaled to support the Hidden Service Protocol (HSP) as well as cross-domain digital certificates that promise greater computing security, speed and efficiency.

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