I'm D. J. Bernstein, and this is my personal weblog. Keyboard shortcuts:

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2014.06.02: The Saber cluster How we built a cluster capable of computing 3000000000000000000000 multiplications per year for just 50000 EUR. #nvidia #linux #howto |

2014.05.17: Some small suggestions for the Intel instruction set Low-cost changes to CPU architecture would make cryptography much safer and much faster. #constanttimecommitment #vmul53 #vcarry #pipelinedocumentation |

2014.04.11: NIST's cryptographic standardization process The first step towards improvement is to admit previous failures. #standardization #nist #des #dsa #dualec #nsa |

2014.03.23: How to design an elliptic-curve signature system There are many choices of elliptic-curve signature systems. The standard choice, ECDSA, is reasonable if you don't care about simplicity, speed, and security. #signatures #ecc #elgamal #schnorr #ecdsa #eddsa #ed25519 |

2014.02.13: A subfield-logarithm attack against ideal lattices Computational algebraic number theory tackles lattice-based cryptography. |

2014.02.05: Entropy Attacks! The conventional wisdom says that hash outputs can't be controlled; the conventional wisdom is simply wrong. |