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Onyx: New Encryption and Signature Schemes with Multivariate Public Key in Degree 3
Authors: Gilles Macario-Rat, Jacques PatarinAbstract:
In this paper, we present a new secret trapdoor function for the design of multivariate schemes that we call
Onyx'', suitable for encryption and signature. It has been inspired by the schemes presented in Ariadne Thread and Pepper: New mul-tivariate cryptographic schemes with public keys in degree 3. . From this idea, we present some efficient encryption and signature multivariate schemes with explicit parameters that resist all known attacks. In particular they resist the two main (and often very powerful) attacks in this area: the Gröbner attacks (to compute a solution of the system derived from the public key) and the MinRank attacks (to recover the secret key). Specific attacks due to the properties of the function and its differential are also addressed in this paper. The Onyx’’ schemes have public key equations of degree 3. Despite this, the size of the public key may still be reasonable since we can use larger fields and smaller extension degrees. Onyx signatures can be as short as the ``birthday paradox’’ allows, i.e. twice the security level, or even shorter thanks to the Feistel-Patarin construction, like many other signatures schemes based on multivariate equations.
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