A Mathematical Framework Towards Efficient Clifford-Based Homomorphic Cryptosystems using p-adic Numbers
As we observe the advances in cryptography throughout history, we can see that cryptography needs to follow society's changes in general as it gets more and more sophisticated. One critical example of this fact is that there was a time were having a message written in plain language was enough to hide information from uneducated soldiers. The next step was to apply simple replacements of letters in the message, which quickly evolved to more elaborated scramble techniques. Indeed, until the late $20$th century, cryptography was considered an art. Creativity was the single most crucial strategy ...
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