Monthly Archives: April 2016

ECDLP in less than square-root time

As an apology for my “April Fool’s” blog post, I thought I would present a summary of what is known about algorithms for ECDLP that run in asymptotic time less than the square-root time of Pollard rho. Let and let … Continue reading

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ECDLP is not broken in 24-th root time

In case anyone has not figured it out, yesterday’s blog post was an April fool’s day hoax. The mathematical arguments written in the blog post make absolutely no sense at all. Normal service is now resumed. Ellipticnews will continue to … Continue reading

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