|author||Jeffrey Burdges <email@example.com>||2017-05-18 14:35:34 +0200|
|committer||Jeffrey Burdges <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2017-05-18 14:40:41 +0200|
Do we really need to mention post-quantum RSA? lol
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diff --git a/doc/paper/taler_FC2016.txt b/doc/paper/taler_FC2016.txt
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@@ -298,9 +298,8 @@ importance or even existence.
> scheme still seems to offer the best security/performance trade-off,
> and we also value simplicity and extensive peer-review of the
> cryptographic primitives used for production systems. So far, none
-> of the schemes compete. For example, Bernstein recently proposed an
-> interesting PostQuantum blind-signature scheme, but the keys are too
-> large to be useful in practice.
+> of the schemes compete. In particular, the elliptic curve blind
+> signatures mostly require extra round trips.
However, providing proofs of the statement to be signed is important,
and a potential attack on the presented scheme may illustrate this. The