Commit 36c09f82 authored by Simon Josefsson's avatar Simon Josefsson

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<t>For further background, see the original <xref
target="EDDSA">EdDSA paper</xref>.</t>
<t>TODO: Support SHA-3-512?</t>
</section>
<section title="Notation">
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The generic EdDSA digital signature system is normally not
implemented directly, but instead a particular instance of EdDSA
(like Ed25519) is implemented. A precise explanation of the
generic EdDSA is thus not particulary useful for implementers,
but for background and completeness, a succint description of
generic EdDSA is thus not particularly useful for implementers,
but for background and completeness, a succinct description of
the generic EdDSA algorithm is given here.</t>
<t>EdDSA has seven parameters:
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h h[0],...h[31] represents the integer h[0] + 2^8 h[1] + ... +
2^248 h[31].</t>
<t>A curve point (x,y), with coordiantes in the range 0 &lt;=
<t>A curve point (x,y), with coordinates in the range 0 &lt;=
x,y &lt; p, is coded as follows. First encode the y-coordinate
as a little-endian string of 32 octets. The most significant
bit of the final octet is always zero. To form the encoding of
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</section>
<section title="Sign">
<t>The imputs to the signing procedure is the secret key, a
<t>The inputs to the signing procedure is the secret key, a
32-octet string, and a message M of arbitrary size.
<list style="numbers">
<t>Hash the secret key, 32-octets, using SHA-512. Let h
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<section anchor="ack"
title="Acknowledgements">
<t>Feedback on this document was received from Werner Koch and
Damien Miller.</t>
<t>Feedback on this document was received from Werner Koch,
Damien Miller, and Bob Bradley.</t>
</section>
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