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A taxonomy of pairings, their security, their complexity
IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive
The Kim-Barbulescu attack against pairings made it necessary to increase the key sizes of the most popular families of pairings: BN, BLS-12, KSS-16, KSS-18 and BLS-24. The computation of new key sizes was a slow process because it was done in two waves: first a series of theoretical estimations, then a wave of precise estimations based on practical models BD model  and GS  . In this paper, we propose an up-to-date security evaluation for more than hundred pairing friendly ellipticdblp:journals/iacr/BarbulescuMG19 fatcat:6b7zrqiocfgqjmryggnfmapheu