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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The unavoidable transition to post-quantum cryptography requires dependable quantum-safe digital signature schemes. Hash-based signatures are well-understood and promising candidates, and the object of current standardization efforts. In the scope of this standardization process, the most commonly raised concern is statefulness, due to the use of one-time signature schemes. While the theory of hash-based signatures is mature, a discussion of the system security issues arising from the concretedoi:10.1007/978-3-319-49100-4_11 fatcat:qq54nyxr7naelmq2xdxhzwyica