Unconditionally Secure collects resources about information theoretic secrecy and other unconditionally secure schemes Unconditionally secure schemes are schemes that can be proven to be unbreakable. The most famous example is the one time pad scheme that guarantees that an adversary doesn't acquire any information about the message being transmitted.

Implementation of Cryptographic PrimitivesEdit


  • Authentication
  • Non-repudiability
  • Integrity
  • Secrecy

Latest activityEdit

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