Engineering tech blog from SandboxAQ.

Three is a shroud! Post-quantum signatures from trilinear forms


We sketch the main ideas behind the ALTEQ post-quantum signature scheme in this blogpost, assuming not much more from the reader than knowledge of elementary linear algebra.
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Sandwich: An Open-Source Modern Cryptography Library


This blogpost announces and describes the first release of Sandwich, our open-source cryptography library aimed to bring modern cryptography and enable crypto-agility to the open-source community.
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MITRE and SandboxAQ Host First-Ever Real World PQC Workshop


Expand to watch the recording of the workshop.
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Number Theoretic Transform - A Gentle Introduction: Part II


In this blog post, we will take a deep dive into the construction of NTT, and how it speeds up polynomial multiplication.
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Batch Me if You Can


This blogpost describes the idea for batch signing, an idea started in 2019 at the IETF, which we revisit for use with post-quantum signature schemes.
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Hypercube Digital Signatures


This blogpost describes Hypercube-SDitH (Syndrome Decoding in the Head), a new code-based signature that significantly improves upon previously known works.
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TurboTLS: TLS connection establishment with 1 less round trip


In a recent paper we proposed TurboTLS, a simple modification of the TLS protocol, using client-based UDP fragmentation to exchange the Client Hello and Server Hello messages of a TLS connection.
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Unleashing the Other Side of Language Models: Exploring Adversarial Attacks on ChatGPT


This article provides an overview of the current state of large multimodal language models and their safety and privacy concerns.
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Number Theoretic Transform - A Gentle Introduction: Part I


In this blog post, we will take a look at polynomial multiplication and view it from the perspective of convolutions. This sets the stage for why we need NTT.
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Keep Calm and Carry On: the recent side-channel attacks on Kyber


This post covers recent research results on side-channel attacks on Kyber, a post-quantum cryptography cryptosystem.
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