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I have a clarification that may help with Question 6 on the midterm. As someone else pointed out to me yesterday, E' is not in gen
CS 276 Projects
CS 276 Projects
General
Your term project should address some research issue in cryptography. There are two categories of projects:
Study projects involve the survey of a series of research papers on a particular subject. The outco
Lecture Notes on Cryptography
Shafi Goldwasser1 Mihir Bellare2
August 2001
MIT Laboratory of Computer Science, 545 Technology Square, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA. Email: shafi@theory.lcs.mit.edu ; Web page: http:/theory.lcs.mit.edu/ shafi 2 Department
U.C. Berkeley - CS276: Cryptography Professors Luca Trevisan and David Wagner
Lecture 2 1/24/2002 Scribe: Jim Chou
Lecture 2 1/24/2002
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Another trapdoor function: Rabin's function
Given a generator, G(n), pick two primes p, q each of magnitud
U.C. Berkeley - CS276: Cryptography Professors Luca Trevisan and David Wagner
Lecture Notes: 01/29/2002 Scribe: Deepak Rajan
Lecture Notes: 01/29/2002 Message Indistinguishability Semantic Security
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Last class, we showed that Semantic Security
Columbia University E6291: Topics in Cryptography Professor Luca Trevisan
Handout 3 February 2, 1999
Notes on Discrete Probability
The following notes cover, mostly without proofs, the basic notions and results of discrete probability. Two importan
Columbia University E6291: Topics in Cryptography Professor Luca Trevisan
Handout 2 January 29, 1999
Notes on Algebra
This section contains as little theory as possible, and most results are stated without proof. Any introductory book on algebra wi
U.C. Berkeley - CS276: Cryptography Professors Luca Trevisan and David Wagner
Secret Sharing Aprill 11, 2002, Scribe: Rob Johnson
Secret Sharing
As portrayed in Hollywood movies, launching a nuclear missile requires the president to issue the launc
Limits on the Provable Consequences of One-way Permutations.
Russell Impagliazzo Steven Rudichy Computer Science Department School of Computer Science University of California, San Diego Carnegie Mellon University La Jolla, CA 92093 Pittsburgh, PA 15
Fragments of a chapter on Signature Schemes
(revised, second posted version)
Extracts from a working draft for Volume 2 of Foundations of Cryptography Oded Goldreich
Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics Weizmann Institute of Scienc
Fragments of a chapter on Signature Schemes
(revised, second posted version)
Extracts from a working draft for Volume 2 of Foundations of Cryptography Oded Goldreich
Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics Weizmann Institute of Scienc
U.C. Berkeley - CS276: Cryptography Professors Luca Trevisan and David Wagner
Commitment Schemes; ZK continued 3/14/02 Scribe: Kenji Obata
Commitment Schemes; ZK continued
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Zero Knowledge Protocol for 3-Coloring
Last time, we saw the following
University of California - Berkeley CS276: Cryptography Professors Luca Trevisan and David Wagner
Handout March 15, 2002
Midterm
This midterm is due at the start of class on Tuesday, March 19th. When you are asked to prove or disprove a statement S
U.C. Berkeley - CS276: Cryptography Professors Luca Trevisan and David Wagner
Lecture Date: 5 March 2002 Scribe: Samantha Riesenfeld
Lecture 13: Left or Right Security
The focus of this lecture is Left-or-Right (LOR) security, which was defined at
University of California - Berkeley CS276: Cryptography Professors Luca Trevisan and David Wagner
Handout PS2 February 26, 2002
Problem Set 2
This problem set is due in class on Thursday, March 7th.
Problem 1.
[Access control]
You have founded a
U.C. Berkeley - CS276: Cryptography Professors Luca Trevisan and David Wagner
Lecture 10: 2/21/02 Scribe: Wei Chen
Lecture 10: 2/21/02
Last time we discussed the relation between One-Way Permutation (OWP) and pseudorandom generators (PRG): if a len
University of California - Berkeley CS276: Cryptography Professors Luca Trevisan and David Wagner
Handout PS1 February 12, 2002
Problem Set 1
This problem set is due in class on Thursday, February 21.
Problem 1.
[Power of Simulator in Semantic S
Bellare - Random oracles are practical
Random oracles are practical: A paradigm for designing efficient protocols
Authors: M. Bellare and P. Rogaway Abstract: We argue that the random oracle model -where all parties have access to a public random or