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When this number is near one, appropriate values for t and s have been deterrnined for the chosen-ciphertext attack. In [73],the authors present a n example of complete key recovery, using the highest security set of parameters described in [138]. They also provide estimated running times for different sets of parameters using different, values o f t , s , and y. Although we will not discuss it here, Jaiilmes and Joux also shows that this attack ca,n be modified so that it is effective against OAEP-like padding within NTRU. One way to thwart, this chosen-ciphertext attack is t o use othcr padding methods as described in [54].
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