## Cryptosystem

There are two different meanings of the word **cryptosystem**. One is used by the cryptographic community, while the other is the meaning understood by the public.

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Benaloh

... The Benaloh

**Cryptosystem**... The Benaloh

**Cryptosystem**is an extension of the Goldwasser-Micali**cryptosystem**(GM) created in 1994 by Josh (Cohen) Benaloh ... The main improvement of the Benaloh**Cryptosystem**over GM is that longer blocks of data can be encrypted at once, whereas in GM each bit is encrypted individually ...Hybrid

... In cryptography, public-key

**Cryptosystem**... In cryptography, public-key

**cryptosystems**are convenient in that they do not require the sender and receiver to share a common secret in order to communicate ... computations and are thus generally much more inefficient than comparable symmetric-key**cryptosystems**... In many applications, the high cost of encrypting long messages in a public-key**cryptosystem**can be prohibitive ...**Cryptosystem**- "Cryptographic System" Vs. "

**cryptosystem**"

... The Internet Security Glossary RFC 2828 dissuades from using the term "

**cryptosystem**", giving the following definitions ...

**cryptosystem**(D) ISDs SHOULD NOT use this term as an abbreviation for cryptographic system ...

Naccache–Stern Knapsack

... The Naccache–Stern Knapsack

**Cryptosystem**... The Naccache–Stern Knapsack

**Cryptosystem**is an atypical public-key**cryptosystem**developed by David Naccache and Jacques Stern in 1997 ... This**cryptosystem**is deterministic, and hence is not semantically secure ...Niederreiter

... In cryptography, the Niederreiter

**Cryptosystem**... In cryptography, the Niederreiter

**cryptosystem**is a variation of the McEliece**Cryptosystem**developed in 1986 by Harald Niederreiter ...Main Site Subjects

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