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Efficient Implementation of Hybrid Encryption from Coding Theory

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In this work we present an efficient implementation of the Hybrid Encryption scheme based on the Niederreiter PCKS proposed by E. Persichetti.

To achieve IND-CCA2 security (in the random oracle model), we use an HMAC function of the message and the symmetric key, and then apply AES128-CBC as the data encapsulation part of this hybrid scheme. The HMAC function is based on SHA3-512. In addition, we introduce a modification in the decapsulation algorithm, to resist a reaction attack first proposed by Bernstein et al.

The implementation is done in C on Intel core i3 CPU and 4 GB RAM and 64 bit OS. The code is running Debian/Linux 3.5.2, where the source has been compiled with gcc 4.7.

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This work was carried out with financial support of CEA-MITIC for CBC projet and financial support from the government of Senegal’s Ministry of Hight Education and Research for ISPQ Project.

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Cayrel, PL., Gueye, C.T., Mboup, E.H.M., Ndiaye, O., Persichetti, E. (2017). Efficient Implementation of Hybrid Encryption from Coding Theory. In: El Hajji, S., Nitaj, A., Souidi, E. (eds) Codes, Cryptology and Information Security. C2SI 2017. Lecture Notes in Computer Science(), vol 10194. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-55589-8_17

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