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Completely regular semigroups and the discrete log problem

Completely regular semigroups and the discrete log problem
Completely regular semigroups and the discrete log problem
We consider an application to the discrete log problem using completely regular semigroups which may provide a more secure symmetric cryptosystem than the classic system based on groups. In particular we describe a scheme that would appear to offer protection to a standard trial multiplication attack.
Semigroup, completely regular, discrete logarithm, cryptography
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Renshaw, James
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Renshaw, James
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Renshaw, James (2018) Completely regular semigroups and the discrete log problem 5pp. , (Submitted)

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Abstract

We consider an application to the discrete log problem using completely regular semigroups which may provide a more secure symmetric cryptosystem than the classic system based on groups. In particular we describe a scheme that would appear to offer protection to a standard trial multiplication attack.

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Submitted date: 31 January 2018
Keywords: Semigroup, completely regular, discrete logarithm, cryptography

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Local EPrints ID: 417538
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/417538
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Date deposited: 02 Feb 2018 17:30
Last modified: 02 Feb 2018 17:30

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Author: James Renshaw

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