I am writing an IB SL paper on a comparison between Elliptic Curve Cryptography and RSA. Particularly on why
elliptic curves are better as they require less bits for the same level of encryption. I have gone way off the course syllabus. I see myself almost explaining how these cyphers work but im failing to compare them in a meaningful way. What would be a good approach to do so?
It would be nice if i could bring statistics, probability or correlation into my paper as this is part of our syllabus.
thank you in advance!
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