Cybersecurity Lock…Researchers from the University of Bristol on Monday proposed an attack on SIKE they say “significantly reduces” the security of SIKE by solving it with torsion… 

…Uncertainty surrounds [the] cracked post-quantum cryptography algorithm being considered by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, now that researchers have potentially discovered a second attack method…

…NIST won’t make a final decision on whether to standardize any of its four Round 4 candidates, including the Supersingular Isogeny Key Encapsulation (SIKE), for 18 to 24 months, giving the team behind it time to find fixes if it chooses…

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