October 6th, 2020 | 34 mins 24 secs
Léo Perrin talks about how his team at INRIA was able to find serious breaks in the Gimli family of lightweight symmetric primitives, and why NIST's lightweight cryptography competition even matters in the first place, especially with block ciphers like AES dominating the industry.
September 29th, 2020 | 35 mins 43 secs
KEMTLS is a modified version of TLS 1.3 that uses Key Encapsulation Mechanisms, or KEMs, instead of signatures for server authentication, thereby providing a sort of “post-quantum TLS”. But what even are KEMs? Are quantum computers even a thing that we should be worried about? On the first ever episode of Cryptography FM, we’ll be hosting Dr. Douglas Stebila and PhD Candidate Thom Wiggers to discuss these questions and more.