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Entrust: Leighton-Micali Signatures

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Classical cryptographic signature algorithms are theoretically vulnerable to attack from quantum computers. A range of quantum-safe signature schemes have been proposed to mitigate this threat ahead of time. In this talk I will describe the Leighton-Micali signature hash-based stateful signature scheme and the issues around implementing it in a Hardware Security Module.

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This talk is part of the Technical Talks - Department of Computer Science and Technology series.

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