Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2021/701

Multidimentional ModDiv public key exchange protocol

Samir Bouftass

Abstract: This paper presents Multidimentional ModDiv public key exchange protocol which security is based on the hardness of an LWR problem instance consisting on finding a secret vector $ X $ in $\mathbb{Z}_{r}^{n}$ knowing vectors $A$ and $B$ respectively in $\mathbb{Z}_{s}^{m}$ and $\mathbb{Z}_{t}^{l}$, where elements of vector B are defined as follows : $ B(i)$ = ($\sum_{j=1}^{j=n} A(i+j) \times X(j)$) $ Mod(2^p)Div(2^q)$. Mod is integer modulo operation, Div is integer division operation, p and q are known positive integers satisfying $ p > 2 \times q $. Size in bits of s equals p, size in bits of r equals q, and size in bits of t equals $p-q$, $ m >2 \times n $ and $ l = m - n $.

Category / Keywords: public-key cryptography / Diffie Hellman key exchange protocol, Post Quantum cryptography, Lattice based cryptography, Closest vector problem, Learn with rounding problem.

Date: received 27 May 2021, last revised 4 Jun 2021

Contact author: crypticator at gmail com

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