We propose two simple and efficient deterministic extractors for J(Fq), the Jacobian of a genus 2 hyperelliptic curve H defined over Fq, for some odd q. Our first extractor, SEJ, called sum extractor, for a given point D on J(Fq), outputs the sum of abscissas of rational points on H in the support of D, considering D as a reduced divisor. Similarly the second extractor, PEJ, called product extractor, for a given point D on the J(Fq), outputs the product of abscissas of rational points in the support of D. Provided that the point D is chosen uniformly at random in J(Fq), the element extracted from the point D is indistinguishable from a uniformly random variable in Fq. Thanks to the Kummer surface K, that is associated to the Jacobian of H over Fq, we propose the sum and product extractors, SEK and PEK, for K(Fq). These extractors are the modified versions of the extractors SEJ and PEJ. Provided a point K is chosen uniformly at random in K, the element extracted from the point K is statistically close to a uniformly random variable in Fq.
|Name||Lecture Notes in Computer Science|
|Conference||conference; IMA International Conference on Cryptography and Coding 11, Cirencester, United Kingdom; 2007-12-18; 2007-12-20|
|Period||18/12/07 → 20/12/07|
|Other||IMA International Conference on Cryptography and Coding 11, Cirencester, United Kingdom|