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**2017/1198**

**Title:**

Computing isogenies between Montgomery curves using the action of (0,0)

**Authors:**
Joost Renes

**Abstract:**

A recent paper by Costello and Hisil at Asiacrypt’17 presents efficient formulas for computing isogenies with odd-degree cyclic kernels on Montgomery curves. We provide a constructive proof of a generalization of this theorem which shows the connection between the shape of the isogeny and the simple action of the point (0,0). This generalization removes the restriction of a cyclic kernel and allows for any separable isogeny whose kernel does not contain (0,0). As a particular case, we provide efficient formulas for 2-isogenies between Montgomery curves and show that these formulas can be used in isogeny-based cryptosystems without expensive square root computations and without knowledge of a special point of order 8. We also consider elliptic curves in triangular form containing an explicit point of order 3.

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https://eprint.iacr.org/2017/1198

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