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Algebraic torus-based cryptosystems are an alternative for Public-Key Cryptography (PKC). It maintains the security of a larger group while the actual computations are performed in a subgroup. Compared with RSA for the same security level, it allows faster exponentiation and much shorter bandwidth for the transmitted data. In this work we implement a torus-based cryptosystem, the so-called CEILIDH, on a multicore platform with an FPGA. This platform consists of a Xilinx MicroBlaze core and adoi:10.1109/date.2008.4484857 dblp:conf/date/FanBSV08 fatcat:iecbxpzrrfbapmbccs6tsqtntq