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Ray Perlner (Fed)



When Frodo Flips: End-to-End Key Recovery on FrodoKEM via Rowhammer

Michael Fahr Jr., Hunter Kippen, Andrew Kwong, Thinh Dang, Jacob Lichtinger, Dana Dachman-Soled, Daniel Genkin, Alexander Nelson, Ray Perlner, Arkady Yerukhimovich, Daniel Apon
In this work, we recover the private key material of the FrodoKEM key exchange mechanism as submitted to the NIST PQC standardization process. The new mechanism

Improving Support-Minors rank attacks: applications to GeMSS and Rainbow

John Bayron Baena Giraldo, Pierre Briaud, Daniel Cabarcas Jaramillo, Ray Perlner, Daniel Smith-Tone, Javier Verbel
The Support-Minors (SM) method has opened new routes to attack multivariate schemes with rank properties that were previously impossible to exploit, as shown by

Status Report on the Third Round of the NIST Post-Quantum Cryptography Standardization Process

Gorjan Alagic, Daniel Apon, David Cooper, Quynh Dang, Thinh Dang, John M. Kelsey, Jacob Lichtinger, Yi-Kai Liu, Carl A. Miller, Dustin Moody, Rene Peralta, Ray Perlner, Angela Robinson, Daniel Smith-Tone
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is in the process of selecting public-key cryptographic algorithms through a public, competition-like process

Breaking Category Five SPHINCS+ with SHA-256

Ray Perlner, David Cooper, John M. Kelsey
SPHINCS+ is a stateless hash-based signature scheme and a finalist in the NIST PQC standardization process. Its security proof relies on the distinct-function

A Study of Error Floor Behavior in QC-MDPC Codes

Sarah Arpin, Tyler Billingsley, Daniel Hast, Jun Bo Lao, Ray Perlner, Angela Robinson
We present experimental findings on the decoding failure rate (DFR) of BIKE, a third-round candidate in the NIST Post-Quantum Standardization process, at the 20
Created October 9, 2019, Updated December 8, 2022