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Gravity-SPHINCS

Submission to NIST's Post-Quantum Cryptography Project, structured as per http://csrc.nist.gov/groups/ST/post-quantum-crypto/submission-requirements/digital-optical-media.html.

Gravity-SPHINCS is a stateless hash-based signature scheme designed by Jean-Philippe Aumasson and Guillaume Endignoux while working in Kudelski Security's research team.

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Documentation

Implementations

The directory Optimized_Implementation/ contains a placeholder referring to the code under Reference_Implementation/.

The Makefile included in the reference implementation has the following targets:

$ make
Please choose a target:
        analyze          runs static analyzers
        bench            runs speed benchmarks
        clean            cleans up
        format           formats the code using .clang-format rules

The Makefile of the debug implementation in addition provides make ivs and make check targets.

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Intellectual property

Copyright notices are included in the header of each source code file. Our original source code of Gravity-SPHINCS is copyright © 2017 Nagravision S.A., and was written by Jean-Philippe Aumasson and Guillaume Endignoux.

The fast, AES-NI-based Haraka implementation is copyright © 2016 Stefan Kölbl.

Our source code is released under Apache 2.0 license.

Patent situation: We haven't filed any patent related to Gravity-SPHINCS nor are we aware of existing patent or patent application covering Gravity-SPHINCS.

Acknowledgments

Thanks to Samuel Neves for helping optimize our code.

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