Information security Seminar #7

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Published on April 27, 2014

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Seminar about applicatiom elliptic curves at information security. For student of MIPT.

Seminar #7 Information security Elliptic curves Kolybelnikov Alexander kisttan@gmail.com

Agenda • Group definition • Elliptic curve definition • Digital signature algorithm based on elliptic curves

Terms and definitions

Group G is a set of elements a,b,c that have the following properties: • Operation of two variables is defined for G elements that is written a┴b=c. • Operation completeness: the result of an operation applying to two group elements is another group element (completeness). • For any three group elements associativity is fulfilled: (a ┴ b) ┴ c = a ┴ (b ┴ c). • There is a neutral element e in a group and for any group element e ┴ a=a ┴ e=a is fulfilled. • Each element a of G group has an inverse element a’: a’ ┴ a=a ┴ a’=e. Group definition

Group definition • If commutative law is fulfilled for any G group elements a and b (that means equation a ┴ b=b ┴ a is fulfilled) then G group is Abelian. • Order of group is a number of group elements. For complete residue system GF(p) a set of all nonzero group elements is an Abelian group of (p - 1) order. • Some subset of G group is a subgroup if it meets all group requirements (properties). • Finite group that consists of its g element degrees 1, g, g², g³, … is a cyclic group. The least integer number m: gm =1 is an order of g element.

General view of elliptic curve • Generally EC is written y2 + axy + by = x3 + cx2 + dx + e Cryptography restrictions: • Elliptic curve shall not have singular points that include self-intersections and cusp points.

Graphic view of elliptic curve • Elliptic curve E corresponds to equation y²+y=x³–x. • Only four points belong to this curve, their coordinates are integer numbers: A(0,0), B(1,-1), C(1,0), D(0,-1).

Operations on a group of EC points Provides, that • There is infinitely remote point O on the plane that belongs to E. All vertical straight lines converge to point O. • Tangent to a curve intersects point of tangency P two times (tangent PR is limiting position of secant PM when M point approaches to P point).

Addition. Example Additive rule for P and Q points: 1) Draw straight line across P and Q points, S is an intersection point of this straight line and E curve; 2) Draw vertical straight line across S point before intersection with E curve at T point; 3) Required sum is equal to P+Q=T.

Addition. Example The result of addtive rule applying to group of points G={A,B,C,D,O} is as follows: A+A=B, A+B=C, A+C=D, A+D=0, 2A=B, 3A=C, 4A=D, 5A=O, 6A=A. For any points P,Q from G P+Q=Q+P is fulfilled. For each point P from G P+O=P is fulfilled, so point O is an additive identity element of group G.

EC on finite field The following equation is used in real cryptosystems: Provides, then 2 3 3 2 , , ( ),4 27 0(mod ), 3y x ax b a b GF p a b p p= + + ∈ + ≠ > 1 1 2 2 ( , ), ( , )P x y Q x y= = 3 3 ( , ),P Q x y+ = 2 3 1 2 3 1 3 1 ; ( ) ; x x x y x x y λ λ = − − = − − 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 , ; 3 , . 2 y y если P Q x x x a если P Q y λ − ≠ − =  + = 

Curve parameters • Order of elliptic curve is an order of elliptic curve points group (a number of different points on E including O point) • For elliptic curve E on prime field Fp the order m of curve points group depends on field dimension that is defined by prime number p according to inequality: p+1-2√p≤m≤p+1+2√p

Curve parameters • Each point P of elliptic curve on prime field E(Fp) forms cyclic subgroup G of elliptic curve points group • Order of cyclic subgroup of elliptic curve points (number of points in a subgroup) is an order of point of elliptic curve • Point P on EF(p) is a point of q order if qP=O q is the least natural number which this condition holds for

Caclulatin group generator and point groups for EC • Shouf algorithm • Shouf-Etkis-Atkin algorithm • Number of group elements φ(m), m is module of curve.

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