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To mark the 10-year anniversary of supersingular isogeny Diffie-Hellman, I will touch on 10 points in defense and support of the SIKE protocol, including the rise of classical hardness, the fact that quantum computers do not seem to offer much help in solving the underlying problem, and the importance of concrete cryptanalytic clarity. In the final section I present the two SIKE challenges: $55k USD is up for grabs for the solutions of mini instances that, according to the SIKE team's securitydblp:journals/iacr/Costello21 fatcat:ydg626m5effxbjqahbpgexsxoa