[cryptography] Supersingular Isogeny DH
coderman at gmail.com
Thu Jul 9 19:55:26 EDT 2015
On 7/9/15, Marcel <tiepelt at dev-nu11.de> wrote:
> well thanks for reply :)
stumble toward the light, we can...
> The key exchange does not rely on using two different points.
Poorly worded; and a path needed two points not clear enough.
> I will try to explain i little more general:
> I generate my l-torsion subgroup by two points:
> <P, Q> = E[l]
>... define kernel = [m] * P + [n] * Q
> So i wondered why i need two points. [instead of]
> <P> = E[l] or even,
> kernel = [m] * P
i am looking for a visual representation of this key agreement
sequence; it's a weird beast like constructed modes of operation.
there are good elliptic curve demonstrations, but none covering
supersinguler EC DH
thanks for patience, may others be more helpful!
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