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Blaine Bateman

Can We Use Analog Circuits for Cryptography?

Blaine Bateman
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12/12/2013 12:41:18 AM
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One area this method might be particularly well suited for is private key schemes.  In those schemes, the key is a secret, and since it is indistinguishable from a randome number, the brute force attack requires at least O(2^n) trials where n is teh number of bits in the key.  Concpetually an analog circuit with millions of junctions woudl then be very hard to brute force (i.e. try all possible values from 0 to 2^n.).

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