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In this section although we have not been able to give a security proof, we analyze the effectiveness of some possible attacks for the one-wayness of our cryptosystem. We also discuss the sizes of d , e and N to achieve 128 bit-security. First, we note that the attacks against ASC described in section Sneakers for Women On Sale Light Blue Fabric 2017 35 45 55 65 75 85 Philippe Model Light Blue 3.5 4.5 5.5 6.5 7.5 8.5 Philippe Model 2017 Nd4KPkKe
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$$\begin{array}{@{}[email protected]{}} f^{\prime}(\underline{x}) = \sum_{\underline{i} \in \Lambda_{f}}f_{\underline{i}}^{\prime}\underline{x}^{\underline{i}}, \\ s^{\prime}(\underline{x}) = \sum_{\underline{i} \in \Lambda_{s_{1}}}s_{\underline{i}}^{\prime}\underline{x}^{\underline{i}}, \\ r^{\prime}(\underline{x}) = \sum_{\underline{i} \in \Lambda_{r_{1}}}r_{\underline{i}}^{\prime}\underline{x}^{\underline{i}}, \\ \end{array} $$
$$ F_{1} - F_{2} = \left(s_{1} - s_{2}\right)f + (r_{1}-r_{2})X = s^{\prime}f^{\prime} + r^{\prime}X. $$
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$$\begin{array}{@{}[email protected]{}} s^{\prime}f^{\prime} + r^{\prime}X = s^{\prime}\left(\,f^{\prime} + tX\right) + \left(r^{\prime} - ts^{\prime}\right)X \\ = \left(s^{\prime} + sX\right)f^{\prime} + \left(r^{\prime} - sf^{\prime}\right)X, \end{array} $$

where s and t are any integers, show that there are many solutions of the system ( colourblock sneakers Black Moncler kKYKQcpFj
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$$\begin{array}{@{}[email protected]{}} \tilde{m}^{\prime}(\underline{x}) := \sum_{\underline{i} \in \Lambda_{\tilde{m}}}\tilde{m}_{\underline{i}}^{\prime}\underline{x}^{\underline{i}}, \\ F^{\prime} := \tilde{m}^{\prime} + s^{\prime}f^{\prime} + r^{\prime}X, \end{array} $$
$$\begin{array}{@{}[email protected]{}} \left\{ \begin{array}{ll} G_{1}\left(\tilde{m}_{\underline{0}}^{\prime},\cdots,r_{\underline{k}}^{\prime}\right) := F^{\prime}(\underline{a}_{1}) - F_{1}(\underline{a}_{1}) = 0 \\ \vdots \\ G_{\ell}\left(\tilde{m}_{\underline{0}}^{\prime},\cdots,r_{\underline{k}}^{\prime}\right) := F^{\prime}(\underline{a}_{\ell}) - F_{1}(\underline{a}_{\ell}) = 0. \end{array} \right. \end{array} $$
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$$\begin{array}{@{}[email protected]{}} F^{\prime} = \tilde{m}^{\prime} + s^{\prime}(f^{\prime} + tX) + (r^{\prime} - ts^{\prime})X. \end{array} $$

Noting that \(\Lambda _{X} = \Lambda _{\tilde {m}} = \Lambda _{f} = \Lambda _{s_{1}}\) , \(\Gamma _{s_{i}} = \Gamma _{X}\) and \(\Gamma _{r_{i}} = \Gamma _{f}\) for 1≤ i ≤3, we see that there are many possible solutions of ( 6 ). Hence, we may suppose that this attack is not efficient if Nd is sufficiently large, say N d >2 128 H ( X ). Note that it is also possible to compare \(F^{\prime }(\underline {a}_{i}) - \tilde {m}^{\prime }(\underline {a}_{i})\) and \(F_{1}(\underline {a}_{i}) - F_{2}(\underline {a}_{i})\) to get f , but it would be hard because of the same reason.

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