[cryptography] Satoshi Nakamoto's 2015 unbreakable signature algorith
Felix.Wyss at inin.com
Mon Dec 28 21:09:38 EST 2015
Isn't a problem with this that the private key can only be used to sign one message as otherwise more intermediate values for different bit patterns are revealed--and then I can forge all the downstream ones. In the extreme case, if I have two messages where the digest differs in the first bit, I have A, B and C. That also means that technically only B or C are really "private" as A and (B or C) are pushed as part of the signature.
From: cryptography <cryptography-bounces at randombit.net> on behalf of ianG <iang at iang.org>
Sent: Monday, December 28, 2015 20:47
To: cryptography at randombit.net
Subject: Re: [cryptography] Satoshi Nakamoto's 2015 unbreakable signature algorith
On 28/12/2015 13:03 pm, Wilson Ross wrote:
>> Satoshi Nakamoto
>> Hash Tube Signature Scheme
>> satoshin at gmx.com
>> Abstract. A Hash Tube signature scheme is proposed, with an explanation how
>> the individual tube levels are built. The signature and verification procedures
>> on this virtual object are introduced. This scheme is applied to the signing of
>> a cryptographic payments. Methods how the approach mitigates the double spend
>> risk are evaluated in a practical retail-like use cases.
Can we at least post some links?
is apparently where 1st 2 pages are.
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