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For other uses, see Nessie (disambiguation).

NESSIE (New European Schemes for Signatures, Integrity and Encryption) was a European research project funded from 2000–2003 to identify secure cryptographic primitives. The project was comparable to the NIST AES process and the Japanese Government-sponsored CRYPTREC project, but with notable differences from both. In particular, there is both overlap and disagreement between the selections and recommendations from NESSIE and CRYPTREC (as of the August 2003 draft report). The NESSIE participants include some of the foremost active cryptographers in the world, as does the CRYPTREC project.

NESSIE was intended to identify and evaluate quality cryptographic designs in several categories, and to that end issued a public call for submissions in March 2000. Forty-two were received, and in February 2003 twelve of the submissions were selected. In addition, five algorithms already publicly known, but not explicitly submitted to the project, were chosen as "selectees". The project has publicly announced that "no weaknesses were found in the selected designs".

Selected algorithms[edit]

The selected algorithms and their submitters or developers are listed below. The five already publicly known, but not formally submitted to the project, are marked with a "*". Most may be used by anyone for any purpose without needing to seek a patent license from anyone; a license agreement is needed for those marked with a "#", but the licensors of those have committed to "reasonable non-discriminatory license terms for all interested", according to a NESSIE project press release.

None of the six stream ciphers submitted to NESSIE were selected because every one fell to cryptanalysis. This surprising result led to the eSTREAM project.

Block ciphers[edit]

Public-key encryption[edit]

MAC algorithms and cryptographic hash functions[edit]

Digital signature algorithms[edit]

Identification schemes[edit]

  • GPS-auth: Ecole Normale Supérieure, France Télécom, and La Poste

Other entrants[edit]

Entrants that did not get past the first stage of the contest include Noekeon, Q, Nimbus, NUSH, Grand Cru, Anubis, Hierocrypt, SC2000, and LILI-128.

Project contractors[edit]

The contractors and their representatives in the project were:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Vivien Dubois, Pierre-Alain Fouque, Adi Shamir, and Jacques Stern (2007), Practical Cryptanalysis of SFLASH, retrieved 2013-01-15 

External links[edit]


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Smithsonian
Thu, 07 May 2015 09:07:30 -0700

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Fri, 29 May 2015 11:45:00 -0700

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Pacific Standard

Pacific Standard
Fri, 01 May 2015 16:37:30 -0700

The idea that Nessie is just another case of geological activity-induced mythology is at least slightly more likely than the theory that there is a modern-day plesiosaur living in Loch Ness. Avatar: Kate Wheeling; Author: Kate Wheeling; Publish date ...

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Thu, 28 May 2015 16:26:15 -0700

Besides Luna, Jenna has a bearded dragon named Snickers, and two cats, Misty and Nessie. “My sister, Caite, says Misty is hers and Nessie is really my sister Sam's cat, but in reality they are both mine,” she said. Her parents said they are very proud ...

International Business Times

International Business Times
Tue, 21 Apr 2015 08:25:51 -0700

The legend of the Loch Ness Monster, known locally as Nessie, dates back to as early as the 7th century. In a written tale about the Irish missionary Saint Columba, the author Adomnán described Saint Columba's encounter with a mysterious and large lake ...

Tech Times

Tech Times
Thu, 23 Apr 2015 00:17:06 -0700

The Surgeon's Photograph might have sparked some interest in the rumored monster, but the legend of Nessie didn't really take off until a few years later, with the opening of a road that ran along the loch. One sighting was reported by George Spicer ...

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Huffington Post
Wed, 21 Jan 2015 14:55:23 -0800

Behold Nessie: a soup ladle that looks like the cutest Loch Ness Monster we could ever imagine. As the Redditor who posted photos of the Nessie ladle said, "You'll never feel lonely in the kitchen again when you have a little Nessie scoop for your soup.
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