Kathrin Hövelmanns
Kathrin Hövelmanns
Eindhoven University of Technology
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A modular analysis of the Fujisaki-Okamoto transformation
D Hofheinz, K Hövelmanns, E Kiltz
Theory of Cryptography Conference, 341-371, 2017
Tighter proofs of CCA security in the quantum random oracle model
N Bindel, M Hamburg, K Hövelmanns, A Hülsing, E Persichetti
Generic authenticated key exchange in the quantum random oracle model
K Hövelmanns, E Kiltz, S Schäge, D Unruh
IACR international conference on public-key cryptography, 389-422, 2020
Tight adaptive reprogramming in the QROM
AB Grilo, K Hövelmanns, A Hülsing, C Majenz
Advances in Cryptology–ASIACRYPT 2021: 27th International Conference on the …, 2021
Failing gracefully: decryption failures and the Fujisaki-Okamoto transform
K Hövelmanns, A Hülsing, C Majenz
International Conference on the Theory and Application of Cryptology and …, 2022
A thorough treatment of highly-efficient NTRU instantiations
J Duman, K Hövelmanns, E Kiltz, V Lyubashevsky, G Seiler, D Unruh
IACR International Conference on Public-Key Cryptography, 65-94, 2023
Faster lattice-based KEMs via a generic Fujisaki-Okamoto transform using prefix hashing
J Duman, K Hövelmanns, E Kiltz, V Lyubashevsky, G Seiler
Proceedings of the 2021 ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications …, 2021
A Note on Failing Gracefully: Completing the Picture for Explicitly Rejecting Fujisaki-Okamoto Transforms Using Worst-Case Correctness
K Hövelmanns, C Majenz
International Conference on Post-Quantum Cryptography, 245-265, 2024
Towards post-quantum secure PAKE-a tight security proof for OCAKE in the BPR model
N Alnahawi, K Hövelmanns, A Hülsing, S Ritsch, A Wiesmaier
Cryptology ePrint Archive, 2023
Generic constructions of quantum-resistant cryptosystems
K Hövelmanns
Dissertation, Bochum, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, 2020, 2021
Report on evaluation of KpqC candidates
J Cottaar, K Hövelmanns, A Hülsing, T Lange, M Mahzoun, A Pellegrini, ...
Cryptology ePrint Archive, 2023
Faster Kyber and Saber via a Generic Fujisaki-Okamoto Transform for Multi-User Security in the QROM
J Duman, K Hövelmanns, E Kiltz, V Lyubashevsky, G Seiler
Quantum Key Recycling with shorter keys
N Machine, K Hövelmanns
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