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In recent years a new type of block ciphers and hash functions over a (large) field, such as MiMC and GMiMC, have been designed. Their security, particularly over a prime field, is mainly determined by algebraic cryptanalysis techniques, such as Gröbner basis and interpolation attacks. In SAC 2019, Li and Preneel presented low memory interpolation attack against the MiMC and Feistel-MiMC designs. In this work we answer the open question posed in their work and show that low memory interpolationdblp:journals/iacr/00050S21 fatcat:z6u5olg5qnao3bistluxek377u