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What is Lattice-based Cryptography?

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Lattice-based primitives selected by NIST for standardization

Name Primitive Description
CRYSTALS-KYBER PKE & KEM Official site
CRYSTALS-DILITHIUM Digital signature Official site
FALCON Digital signature Official site

Implementations of cryptographic primitives

Name Language Author
CRYSTALS-KYBER C Official
CRYSTALS-KYBER Go Symbolic Software
CRYSTALS-KYBER JavaScript Anton Tutoveanu
CRYSTALS-KYBER Java Legion of the Bouncy Castle Inc.
CRYSTALS-KYBER C# Legion of the Bouncy Castle Inc.
CRYSTALS-DILITHIUM C Official
CRYSTALS-DILITHIUM Java Legion of the Bouncy Castle Inc.
CRYSTALS-DILITHIUM C# Legion of the Bouncy Castle Inc.
FALCON C Official
FALCON Python Thomas Prest
FALCON Java Legion of the Bouncy Castle Inc.
FALCON C# Legion of the Bouncy Castle Inc.
FRODO C Official
FRODO Go Mariia Tuzovska
FRODO Java Legion of the Bouncy Castle Inc.
FRODO C# Legion of the Bouncy Castle Inc.
NTRU Rust Lukas Prokop
NTRU Java Legion of the Bouncy Castle Inc.
NTRU C# Legion of the Bouncy Castle Inc.
NTRU Prime Java Legion of the Bouncy Castle Inc.
NTRU Prime C# Legion of the Bouncy Castle Inc.
SABER Rust Lukas Prokop & Lukas Kiem
SABER Java Legion of the Bouncy Castle Inc.
SABER C# Legion of the Bouncy Castle Inc.

Security estimation tools

Lattice.bib

We provide a .bib file with references to lattice-based cryptography papers. Find it here.

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