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Review of a course in cryptography – Part 2/2

Continued from the previous post. This second part reviews the commitment scheme, the zero-knowledge, the digital signatures and the lattices. Lecture 15-16: Commitment Schemes A commitment scheme between the sender and the receiver satisfies two security properties: hiding and biding. … Continue reading

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Review of a course in cryptography – Part 1/2

Due to two cancellations of my flight, I was trapped in the USA with a lonely X’mas. To cheer me up, I self-learned the lecture notes of 6.875 in MIT, taught by Prof Silvio Micali in 2010. I’m not a … Continue reading

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