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Design and Analysis of Cryptographically Secure Power Generators

Start Date: Wednesday, Sep 29,2004

School: School of Engineering, Coimbatore

Project Incharge:Dr. M. Sethumadhavan
Design and Analysis of Cryptographically Secure Power Generators

A Cryptographically Secure Power Generators (CSPRNG) is a power generator with properties that makes it suitable for use in cryptography. CSPRNGs are designed explicitly to resist determined mathematical reverse engineering. In this project, we are studying the designs of power generators based on number theory. We concentrate in fast generation of the following generators: Power generators such as BBS generators.

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