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lwig                                                           R. Struik
Internet-Draft                               Struik Security Consultancy
Intended status: Informational                         November 06, 2018
Expires: May 10, 2019


               Alternative Elliptic Curve Representations
                draft-ietf-lwig-curve-representations-01

Abstract

   This document specifies how to represent Montgomery curves and
   (twisted) Edwards curves as curves in short-Weierstrass form and
   illustrates how this can be used to carry out elliptic curve
   computations using existing implementations of, e.g., ECDSA and ECDH
   using NIST prime curves.

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   "SHOULD", "SHOULD NOT", "RECOMMENDED", "NOT RECOMMENDED", "MAY", and
   "OPTIONAL" in this document are to be interpreted as described in RFC
   2119 [RFC2119].

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Table of Contents

   1.  Fostering Code Reuse with New Elliptic Curves . . . . . . . .   3
   2.  Specification of Wei25519 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   3
   3.  Use of Representation Switches  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   4
   4.  Examples  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   5
     4.1.  Implementation of X25519  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   5
     4.2.  Implementation of Ed25519 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   5
     4.3.  Specification of ECDSA-SHA256-Wei25519  . . . . . . . . .   5
     4.4.  Other Uses  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   6
   5.  Caveats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   6
   6.  Security Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   7
   7.  Privacy Considerations  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   8
   8.  IANA Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   8
   9.  Acknowledgements  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   8
   10. References  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   8
     10.1.  Normative References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   8
     10.2.  Informative References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   9
   Appendix A.  Some (non-Binary) Elliptic Curves  . . . . . . . . .  10
     A.1.  Curves in short-Weierstrass Form  . . . . . . . . . . . .  10
     A.2.  Montgomery Curves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  10
     A.3.  Twisted Edwards Curves  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  10
   Appendix B.  Elliptic Curve Nomenclature  . . . . . . . . . . . .  11
   Appendix C.  Elliptic Curve Group Operations  . . . . . . . . . .  11
     C.1.  Group Law for Weierstrass Curves  . . . . . . . . . . . .  11
     C.2.  Group Law for Montgomery Curves . . . . . . . . . . . . .  12
     C.3.  Group Law for Twisted Edwards Curves  . . . . . . . . . .  13
   Appendix D.  Relationship Between Curve Models  . . . . . . . . .  14
     D.1.  Mapping between twisted Edwards Curves and Montgomery
           Curves  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  14
     D.2.  Mapping between Montgomery Curves and Weierstrass Curves   14
     D.3.  Mapping between twisted Edwards Curves and Weierstrass
           Curves  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  15
   Appendix E.  Curve25519 and Cousins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  15
     E.1.  Curve Definition and Alternative Representations  . . . .  15
     E.2.  Switching between Alternative Representations . . . . . .  16
     E.3.  Domain Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  17
   Appendix F.  Further Mappings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  19
     F.1.  Isomorphic Mapping between Weierstrass Curves . . . . . .  19
     F.2.  Isogenous Mapping between Weierstrass Curves  . . . . . .  20



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   Appendix G.  Further Cousins of Curve25519  . . . . . . . . . . .  21
     G.1.  Further Alternative Representations . . . . . . . . . . .  21
     G.2.  Further Switching . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  22
     G.3.  Further Domain Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  23
   Appendix H.  Isogeny Details  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  24
     H.1.  Isogeny Parameters  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  24
       H.1.1.  Coefficients of u(x)  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  24
       H.1.2.  Coefficients of v(x)  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  26
       H.1.3.  Coefficients of w(x)  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  29
     H.2.  Dual Isogeny Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  30
       H.2.1.  Coefficients of u'(x) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  30
       H.2.2.  Coefficients of v'(x) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  32
       H.2.3.  Coefficients of w'(x) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  35
   Author's Address  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  36

1.  Fostering Code Reuse with New Elliptic Curves

   It is well-known that elliptic curves can be represented using
   different curve models.  Recently, IETF standardized elliptic curves
   that are claimed to have better performance and improved robustness
   against "real world" attacks than curves represented in the
   traditional "short" Weierstrass model.  This document specifies an
   alternative representation of points of Curve25519, a so-called
   Montgomery curve, and of points of Edwards25519, a so-called twisted
   Edwards curve, which are both specified in [RFC7748], as points of a
   specific so-called "short" Weierstrass curve, called Wei25519.  We
   also define how to efficiently switch between these different
   representations.

   Use of Wei25519 allows easy definition of new signature schemes and
   key agreement schemes already specified for traditional NIST prime
   curves, thereby allowing easy integration with existing
   specifications, such as NIST SP 800-56a [SP-800-56a], FIPS Pub 186-4
   [FIPS-186-4], and ANSI X9.62-2005 [ANSI-X9.62], and fostering code
   reuse on platforms that already implement some of these schemes using
   elliptic curve arithmetic for curves in "short" Weierstrass form (see
   Appendix C.1).

2.  Specification of Wei25519

   For the specification of Wei25519 and its relationship to Curve25519
   and Edwards25519, see Appendix E.  For further details and background
   information on elliptic curves, we refer to the other appendices.

   The use of Wei25519 allows reuse of existing generic code that
   implements short-Weierstrass curves, such as the NIST curve P256, to
   also implement the CFRG curves Curve25519 and Edwards25519.  We also
   cater to reusing of existing code where some domain parameters may



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   have been hardcoded, thereby widening the scope of applicability.  To
   this end, we specify the short-Weierstrass curves Wei25519.2 and
   Wei25519.-3, with hardcoded domain parameter a=2 and a=-3 (mod p),
   respectively; see Appendix G.

3.  Use of Representation Switches

   The curves Curve25519, Edwards25519, and Wei25519, as specified in
   Appendix E.3, are all isomorphic, with the transformations of
   Appendix E.2.  These transformations map the specified base point of
   each of these curves to the specified base point of each of the other
   curves.  Consequently, a public-key pair (k,R:=k*G) for any one of
   these curves corresponds, via these isomorphic mappings, to the
   public-key pair (k, R':=k*G') for each of these other curves (where G
   and G' are the corresponding base points of these curves).  This
   observation extends to the case where one also considers curve
   Wei25519.2 (which has hardcoded domain parameter a=2), as specified
   in Appendix G.3, since it is isomorphic to Wei25519, with the
   transformation of Appendix G.2, and, thereby, also isomorphic to
   Curve25519 and Edwards25519.

   The curve Wei25519.-3 (which has hardcoded domain parameter a=-3 (mod
   p)) is not isomorphic to the curve Wei25519, but is related in a
   slightly weaker sense: the curve Wei25519 is isogenous to the curve
   Wei25519.-3, where the mapping of Appendix G.2 is an isogeny of
   degree l=47 that maps the specified base point G of Wei25519 to the
   specified base point G' of Wei25519.-3 and where the so-called dual
   isogeny (which maps Wei25519.-3 to Wei25519) has the same degree
   l=47, but does not map G' to G, but to a fixed multiple hereof, where
   this multiple is l=47.  Consequently, a public-key pair (k,R:=k*G)
   for Wei25519 corresponds to the public-key pair (k, R':= k*G') for
   Wei25519.-3 (via the l-isogeny), whereas the public-key pair (k,
   R':=k*G') corresponds to the public-key pair (l*k, l*R=l*k*G) of
   Wei25519 (via the dual isogeny).  (Note the extra scalar l=47 here.)

   Alternative curve representations can, therefore, be used in any
   cryptographic scheme that involves computations on public-private key
   pairs, where implementations may carry out computations on the
   corresponding object for the isomorphic or isogenous curve and
   convert the results back to the original curve (where, in case this
   involves an l-isogeny, one has to take into account the factor l).
   This includes use with elliptic-curve based signature schemes and key
   agreement and key transport schemes.








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4.  Examples

4.1.  Implementation of X25519

   RFC 7748 [RFC7748] specifies the use of X25519, a co-factor Diffie-
   Hellman key agreement scheme, with instantiation by the Montgomery
   curve Curve25519.  This key agreement scheme was already specified in
   Section 6.1.2.2 of NIST SP 800-56a [SP-800-56a] for elliptic curves
   in short Weierstrass form.  Hence, one can implement X25519 using
   existing NIST routines by (1) representing a point of the Montgomery
   curve Curve25519 as a point of the Weierstrass curve Wei25519; (2)
   instantiating the co-factor Diffie-Hellman key agreement scheme of
   the NIST specification with the resulting point and Wei25519 domain
   parameters; (3) representing the key resulting from this scheme
   (which is a point of the curve Wei25519 in Weierstrass form) as a
   point of the Montgomery curve Curve25519.  The representation change
   can be implemented via a simple wrapper and involves a single modular
   addition (see Appendix D.2).  Using this method has the additional
   advantage that one can reuse the public-private key pair routines,
   domain parameter validation, and other checks that are already part
   of the NIST specifications.  Note: at this point, it is unclear
   whether this implies that a FIPS-accredited module implementing co-
   factor Diffie-Hellman for, e.g., P-256 would also extend this
   accreditation to X25519.

4.2.  Implementation of Ed25519

   RFC 8032 [RFC8032] specifies Ed25519, a "full" Schnorr signature
   scheme, with instantiation by the twisted Edwards curve Edwards25519.
   One can implement the computation of the ephemeral key pair for
   Ed25519 using an existing Montgomery curve implementation by (1)
   generating a public-private key pair (k, R':=k*G') for Curve25519;
   (2) representing this public-private key as the pair (k, R:=k*G) for
   Ed25519.  As before, the representation change can be implemented via
   a simple wrapper.  Note that the Montgomery ladder specified in
   Section 5 of RFC7748 [RFC7748] does not provide sufficient
   information to reconstruct R' (since it does not compute the
   y-coordinate of R').  However, this deficiency can be remedied by
   using a slightly modified version of the Montgomery ladder that
   includes reconstruction of the y-coordinate of R':=k*G' at the end of
   hereof (which uses the v-coordinate Gv of the base point of
   Curve25519 as well).  For details, see Appendix D.2.

4.3.  Specification of ECDSA-SHA256-Wei25519

   FIPS Pub 186-4 [FIPS-186-4] specifies the signature scheme ECDSA and
   can be instantiated not just with the NIST prime curves, but also
   with other Weierstrass curves (that satisfy additional cryptographic



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   criteria).  In particular, one can instantiate this scheme with the
   Weierstrass curve Wei25519 and the hash function SHA-256, where an
   implementation may generate a public-private key pair for Wei25519 by
   (1) internally carrying out these computations on the Montgomery
   curve Curve25519, the twisted Edwards curve Edwards25519, or even the
   Weierstrass curve Wei25519.-3 (with hardcoded a=-3 domain parameter);
   (2) representing the result as a key pair for the curve Wei25519.
   Note that, in either case, one can implement these schemes with the
   same representation conventions as used with existing NIST
   specifications, including bit/byte-ordering, compression functions,
   and the-like.  This allows implementations of ECDSA with the hash
   function SHA-256 and with the NIST curve P-256 or with the curve
   Wei25519 specified in this draft to use the same implementation
   (instantiated with, respectively, the NIST P-256 elliptic curve
   domain parameters or with the domain parameters of curve Wei25519
   specified in Appendix E).

4.4.  Other Uses

   Any existing specification of cryptographic schemes using elliptic
   curves in Weierstrass form and that allows introduction of a new
   elliptic curve (here: Wei25519) is amenable to similar constructs,
   thus spawning "offspring" protocols, simply by instantiating these
   using the new curve in "short" Weierstrass form, thereby allowing
   code and/or specifications reuse and, for implementations that so
   desire, carrying out curve computations "under the hood" on
   Montgomery curve and twisted Edwards curve cousins hereof (where
   these exist).  This would simply require definition of a new object
   identifier for any such envisioned "offspring" protocol.  This could
   significantly simplify standardization of schemes and help keeping
   the resource and maintenance cost of implementations supporting
   algorithm agility [RFC7696] at bay.

5.  Caveats

   The examples above illustrate how specifying the Weierstrass curve
   Wei25519 may facilitate reuse of existing code and may simplify
   standards development.  However, the following caveats apply:

   1.  Unfriendly wire formats.  The transformations between alternative
       curve representations can be implemented at negligible relative
       incremental cost if the curve points are represented as affine
       points.  If a point is represented in compressed format,
       conversion usually requires a costly point decompression step.
       This is the case in [RFC7748], where the inputs to the co-factor
       Diffie-Hellman scheme X25519, as well as its output, are
       represented in x-coordinate-only format;




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   2.  Unfriendly representation conventions.  While elliptic curve
       computations are carried-out in a field GF(q) and, thereby,
       involve large integer arithmetic, these integers are represented
       as bit- and byte-strings.  Here, [RFC8032] uses least-
       significant-byte (LSB)/least-significant-bit (lsb) conventions,
       whereas [RFC7748] uses LSB/most-significant-bit (msb)
       conventions, and where most other cryptographic specifications,
       including NIST SP800-56a [SP-800-56a], FIPS Pub 186-4
       [FIPS-186-4], and ANSI X9.62-2005 [ANSI-X9.62] use MSB/msb
       conventions.  Since each pair of conventions is different, this
       does necessitate bit/byte representation conversions;

   3.  Unfriendly domain parameters.  All traditional NIST curves are
       Weierstrass curve with domain parameter a=-3, while all Brainpool
       curves [RFC5639] are isomorphic to a Weierstrass curve of this
       form.  Thus, one can expect there to be existing Weierstrass
       implementations with a hardcoded a=-3 domain parameter
       ("Jacobian-friendly").  For those implementations, including the
       curve Wei25519 as a potential vehicle for offering support for
       the CFRG curves Curve25519 and Edwards25519 is not possible,
       since not of the required form.  Instead, one has to implement
       Curve25519.-3 and include code that implements the isogeny and
       dual isogeny from and to Wei25519.  This isogeny has degree l=47
       and requires roughly 9kB of storage for isogeny and dual-isogeny
       computations (see the tables in Appendix H).  Note that storage
       would have reduced to a single 32-bye table if the curve would
       have been generated so as to be isomorphic to a Weierstrass curve
       with hardcoded a=-3 parameter (this corresponds to l=1).  Note:
       an example of such a curve is the Montgomery curve M_{A,B} over
       GF(p) with p=2^255-19, A=-1410290, and B=1 or (if one wants the
       base point to still have u-coordinate u=9) A=-3960846.  In either
       case, the resulting curve has the same cryptographic properties
       as Curve25519, while being more "Jacobian-friendly".

6.  Security Considerations

   The different representations of elliptic curve points discussed in
   this document are all obtained using a publicly known transformation,
   which is either an isomorphism or a low-degree isogeny.  It is well-
   known that an isomorphism maps elliptic curve points to equivalent
   mathematical objects and that the complexity of cryptographic
   problems (such as the discrete logarithm problem) of curves related
   via a low-degree isogeny are tightly related.  Thus, the use of these
   techniques does not negatively impact cryptographic security.

   As to implementation security, reusing existing high-quality code or
   generic implementations that have been carefully designed to
   withstand implementation attacks for one curve model may allow a more



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   economical way of development and maintenance than providing this
   same functionality for each curve model separately (if multiple curve
   models need to be supported) and, otherwise, may allow a more gradual
   migration path, where one may initially use existing and accredited
   chipsets that cater to the pre-dominant curve model used in practice
   for over 15 years.

7.  Privacy Considerations

   The transformations between different curve models described in this
   document are publicly known and, therefore, do not affect privacy
   provisions.

8.  IANA Considerations

   There is *currently* no IANA action required for this document.  New
   object identifiers would be required in case one wishes to specify
   one or more of the "offspring" protocols exemplified in Section 4.

9.  Acknowledgements

   Thanks to Nikolas Rosener for discussions surrounding implementation
   details of the techniques described in this document and to Phillip
   Hallam-Baker for triggering inclusion of verbiage on the use of
   Montgomery ladders with recovery of the y-coordinate.

10.  References

10.1.  Normative References

   [ANSI-X9.62]
              ANSI X9.62-2005, "Public Key Cryptography for the
              Financial Services Industry: The Elliptic Curve Digital
              Signature Algorithm (ECDSA)", American National Standard
              for Financial Services, Accredited Standards Committee X9,
              Inc, Anapolis, MD, 2005.

   [FIPS-186-4]
              FIPS 186-4, "Digital Signature Standard (DSS), Federal
              Information Processing Standards Publication 186-4", US
              Department of Commerce/National Institute of Standards and
              Technology, Gaithersburg, MD, July 2013.

   [RFC2119]  Bradner, S., "Key words for use in RFCs to Indicate
              Requirement Levels", BCP 14, RFC 2119,
              DOI 10.17487/RFC2119, March 1997,
              <https://www.rfc-editor.org/info/rfc2119>.




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   [RFC5639]  Lochter, M. and J. Merkle, "Elliptic Curve Cryptography
              (ECC) Brainpool Standard Curves and Curve Generation",
              RFC 5639, DOI 10.17487/RFC5639, March 2010,
              <https://www.rfc-editor.org/info/rfc5639>.

   [RFC7696]  Housley, R., "Guidelines for Cryptographic Algorithm
              Agility and Selecting Mandatory-to-Implement Algorithms",
              BCP 201, RFC 7696, DOI 10.17487/RFC7696, November 2015,
              <https://www.rfc-editor.org/info/rfc7696>.

   [RFC7748]  Langley, A., Hamburg, M., and S. Turner, "Elliptic Curves
              for Security", RFC 7748, DOI 10.17487/RFC7748, January
              2016, <https://www.rfc-editor.org/info/rfc7748>.

   [RFC8032]  Josefsson, S. and I. Liusvaara, "Edwards-Curve Digital
              Signature Algorithm (EdDSA)", RFC 8032,
              DOI 10.17487/RFC8032, January 2017,
              <https://www.rfc-editor.org/info/rfc8032>.

   [SP-800-56a]
              NIST SP 800-56a, "Recommendation for Pair-Wise Key
              Establishment Schemes Using Discrete Log Cryptography,
              Revision 2", US Department of Commerce/National Institute
              of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD, June 2013.

10.2.  Informative References

   [ECC]      I.F. Blake, G. Seroussi, N.P. Smart, "Elliptic Curves in
              Cryptography", Cambridge University Press, Lecture Notes
              Series 265, July 1999.

   [ECC-Isogeny]
              E. Brier, M. Joye, "Fast Point Multiplication on Elliptic
              Curves through Isogenies", AAECC, Lecture Notes in
              Computer Science, Vol. 2643, New York: Springer-Verlag,
              2003.

   [GECC]     D. Hankerson, A.J. Menezes, S.A. Vanstone, "Guide to
              Elliptic Curve Cryptography", New York: Springer-Verlag,
              2004.

   [HW-ECC]   W.P. Liu, "How to Use the Kinets LTC ECC HW to Accelerate
              Curve25519 (version 7)", NXP,
              https://community.nxp.com/docs/DOC-330199, April 2017.







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Appendix A.  Some (non-Binary) Elliptic Curves

A.1.  Curves in short-Weierstrass Form

   Let GF(q) denote the finite field with q elements, where q is an odd
   prime power and where q is not divisible by three.  Let W_{a,b} be
   the Weierstrass curve with defining equation y^2 = x^3 + a*x + b,
   where a and b are elements of GF(q) and where 4*a^3 + 27*b^2 is
   nonzero.  The points of W_{a,b} are the ordered pairs (x, y) whose
   coordinates are elements of GF(q) and that satisfy the defining
   equation (the so-called affine points), together with the special
   point O (the so-called "point at infinity").This set forms a group
   under addition, via the so-called "secant-and-tangent" rule, where
   the point at infinity serves as the identity element.  See
   Appendix C.1 for details of the group operation.

A.2.  Montgomery Curves

   Let GF(q) denote the finite field with q elements, where q is an odd
   prime power.  Let M_{A,B} be the Montgomery curve with defining
   equation B*v^2 = u^3 + A*u^2 + u, where A and B are elements of GF(q)
   with A unequal to (+/-)2 and with B nonzero.  The points of M_{A,B}
   are the ordered pairs (u, v) whose coordinates are elements of GF(q)
   and that satisfy the defining equation (the so-called affine points),
   together with the special point O (the so-called "point at
   infinity").This set forms a group under addition, via the so-called
   "secant-and-tangent" rule, where the point at infinity serves as the
   identity element.  See Appendix C.2 for details of the group
   operation.

A.3.  Twisted Edwards Curves

   Let GF(q) denote the finite field with q elements, where q is an odd
   prime power.  Let E_{a,d} be the twisted Edwards curve with defining
   equation a*x^2 + y^2 = 1+ d*x^2*y^2, where a and d are distinct
   nonzero elements of GF(q).  The points of E_{a,d} are the ordered
   pairs (x, y) whose coordinates are elements of GF(q) and that satisfy
   the defining equation (the so-called affine points).  It can be shown
   that this set forms a group under addition if a is a square in GF(q),
   whereas d is not, where the point (0, 1) serves as the identity
   element.  (Note that the identity element satisfies the defining
   equation.)  See Appendix C.3 for details of the group operation.

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Appendix B.  Elliptic Curve Nomenclature

   Each curve defined in Appendix A forms a commutative group under
   addition.  In Appendix C we specify the group laws, which depend on
   the curve model in question.  For completeness, we here include some
   common elliptic curve nomenclature and basic properties (primarily so
   as to keep this document self-contained).  These notions are mainly
   used in Appendix E and Appendix G and not essential for our
   exposition.  This section can be skipped at first reading.

   Any point P of a curve is a generator of the cyclic subgroup
   (P):={k*P | k = 0, 1, 2,...} of the curve.  If (P) has cardinality l,
   then l is called the order of P.  The order of a curve is the
   cardinality of the set of its points.  A curve is cyclic if it is
   generated by some point of this curve.  All curves of prime order are
   cyclic, while all curves of order |E| = h*n, where n is a large prime
   number and where h is a small number (the so-called co-factor), have
   a large cyclic subgroup of prime order n.  In this case, a generator
   of order n is called a base point, commonly denoted by G.  A point of
   order dividing h is said to be in the small subgroup.  For curves of
   prime order, this small subgroup is the singleton set, consisting of
   only the identity element.

   If R is a point on a curve E that is also contained in (P), there is
   a unique integer k in the interval [0, l-1] so that R=kP, where l is
   the order of P.  This number is called the discrete logarithm of R to
   the base P.  The discrete logarithm problem is the problem of finding
   the discrete logarithm of R to the base P for any two points P and R
   of the curve, if such a number exists.

   A public-private key pair is an ordered pair (k, R:=kG), where G is a
   fixed base point of the curve.  Here, k (the private key) is an
   integer in the interval [0,n-1], where G has order n.

   A quadratic twist of a curve E defined over a field GF(q) is a curve
   E' related to E, with cardinality |E|+|E'|=2*(q+1).  If E is a curve
   in one of the curve models specified in this document, a quadratic
   twist of this curve can be expressed using the same curve model,
   although (naturally) with different curve parameters.

Appendix C.  Elliptic Curve Group Operations

C.1.  Group Law for Weierstrass Curves

   For each point P of the Weierstrass curve W_{a,b}, the point at
   infinity O serves as identity element, i.e., P + O = O + P = P.





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   For each affine point P:=(x, y) of the Weierstrass curve W_{a,b}, the
   point -P is the point (x, -y) and one has P + (-P) = O.

   Let P1:=(x1, y1) and P2:=(x2, y2) be distinct affine points of the
   Weierstrass curve W_{a,b} and let Q:=P1 + P2, where Q is not the
   identity element.  Then Q:=(x, y), where

       x + x1 + x2 = lambda^2 and y + y1 = lambda*(x1 - x), where lambda
       = (y2 - y1)/(x2 - x1).

   Let P:= (x1, y1) be an affine point of the Weierstrass curve W_{a,b}
   and let Q:=2*P, where Q is not the identity element.  Then Q:= (x,
   y), where

       x + 2*x1 = lambda^2 and y + y1 = lambda*(x1 - x), where
       lambda=(3*x1^2 + a)/(2*y1).

   From the group law above it follows that if P=(x, y), P1=k*P=(x1,
   y1), and P2=(k+1)*P=(x2, y2) are affine points of the Weierstrass
   curve W_{a,b} and if y is nonzero, then the y-coordinate of P1 can be
   expressed in terms of the x-coordinates of P, P1, and P2, and the
   y-coordinate of P, as

       y1=((x*x1+a)*(x+x1)+2*b-x2*(x-x1)^2)/(2*y).

   This property allows recovery of the y-coordinate of a point P1=k*P
   that is computed via the so-called Montgomery ladder, where P is an
   affine point with nonzero y-coordinate.  Further details are out of
   scope.

C.2.  Group Law for Montgomery Curves

   For each point P of the Montgomery curve M_{A,B}, the point at
   infinity O serves as identity element, i.e., P + O = O + P = P.

   For each affine point P:=(x, y) of the Montgomery curve M_{A,B}, the
   point -P is the point (x, -y) and one has P + (-P) = O.

   Let P1:=(x1, y1) and P2:=(x2, y2) be distinct affine points of the
   Montgomery curve M_{A,B} and let Q:=P1 + P2, where Q is not the
   identity element.  Then Q:=(x, y), where

       x + x1 + x2 = B*lambda^2 - A and y + y1 = lambda*(x1 - x), where
       lambda=(y2 - y1)/(x2 - x1).

   Let P:= (x1, y1) be an affine point of the Montgomery curve M_{A,B}
   and let Q:=2*P, where Q is not the identity element.  Then Q:= (x,
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       x + 2*x1 = B*lambda^2 - A and y + y1 = lambda*(x1 - x), where
       lambda=(3*x1^2 + 2*A*x1+1)/(2*B*y1).

   From the group law above it follows that if P=(x, y), P1=k*P=(x1,
   y1), and P2=(k+1)*P=(x2, y2) are affine points of the Montgomery
   curve M_{A,B} and if y is nonzero, then the y-coordinate of P1 can be
   expressed in terms of the x-coordinates of P, P1, and P2, and the
   y-coordinate of P, as

       y1=((x*x1+1)*(x+x1+2*A)-2*A-x2*(x-x1)^2)/(2*B*y).

   This property allows recovery of the y-coordinate of a point P1=k*P
   that is computed via the so-called Montgomery ladder, where P is an
   affine point with nonzero y-coordinate.  Further details are out of
   scope.

C.3.  Group Law for Twisted Edwards Curves

   Note: The group laws below hold for twisted Edwards curves E_{a,d}
   where a is a square in GF(q), whereas d is not.  In this case, the
   addition formulae below are defined for each pair of points, without
   exceptions.  Generalizations of this group law to other twisted
   Edwards curves are out of scope.

   For each point P of the twisted Edwards curve E_{a,d}, the point
   O=(0,1) serves as identity element, i.e., P + O = O + P = P.

   For each point P:=(x, y) of the twisted Edwards curve E_{a,d}, the
   point -P is the point (-x, y) and one has P + (-P) = O.

   Let P1:=(x1, y1) and P2:=(x2, y2) be points of the twisted Edwards
   curve E_{a,d} and let Q:=P1 + P2.  Then Q:=(x, y), where

       x = (x1*y2 + x2*y1)/(1 + d*x1*x2*y1*y2) and y = (y1*y2 -
       a*x1*x2)/(1 - d*x1*x2*y1*y2).

   Let P:=(x1, y1) be a point of the twisted Edwards curve E_{a,d} and
   let Q:=2*P.  Then Q:=(x, y), where

       x = (2*x1*y1)/(1 + d*x1^2*y1^2) and y = (y1^2 - a*x1^2)/(1 -
       d*x1^2*y1^2).

   Note that one can use the formulae for point addition for
   implementing point doubling, taking inverses and adding the identity
   element as well (i.e., the point addition formulae are uniform and
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Appendix D.  Relationship Between Curve Models

   The non-binary curves specified in Appendix A are expressed in
   different curve models, viz. as curves in short-Weierstrass form, as
   Montgomery curves, or as twisted Edwards curves.  These curve models
   are related, as follows.

D.1.  Mapping between twisted Edwards Curves and Montgomery Curves

   One can map points of the Montgomery curve M_{A,B} to points of the
   twisted Edwards curve E_{a,d}, where a:=(A+2)/B and d:=(A-2)/B and,
   conversely, map points of the twisted Edwards curve E_{a,d} to points
   of the Montgomery curve M_{A,B}, where A:=2(a+d)/(a-d) and where
   B:=4/(a-d).  For twisted Edwards curves we consider (i.e., those
   where a is a square in GF(q), whereas d is not), this defines a one-
   to-one correspondence, which - in fact - is an isomorphism between
   M_{A,B} and E_{a,d}, thereby showing that, e.g., the discrete
   logarithm problem in either curve model is equally hard.

   For the Montgomery curves and twisted Edwards curves we consider, the
   mapping from M_{A,B} to E_{a,d} is defined by mapping the point at
   infinity O and the point (0, 0) of order two of M_{A,B} to,
   respectively, the point (0, 1) and the point (0, -1) of order two of
   E_{a,d}, while mapping each other point (u, v) of M_{A,B} to the
   point (x, y):=(u/v, (u-1)/(u+1)) of E_{a,d}. The inverse mapping from
   E_{a,d} to M_{A,B} is defined by mapping the point (0, 1) and the
   point (0, -1) of order two of E_{a,d} to, respectively, the point at
   infinity O and the point (0, 0) of order two of M_{A,B}, while each
   other point (x, y) of E_{a,d} is mapped to the point (u,
   v):=((1+y)/(1-y), (1+y)/((1-y)*x)) of M_{A,B}.

   Implementations may take advantage of this mapping to carry out
   elliptic curve group operations originally defined for a twisted
   Edwards curve on the corresponding Montgomery curve, or vice-versa,
   and translating the result back to the original curve, thereby
   potentially allowing code reuse.

D.2.  Mapping between Montgomery Curves and Weierstrass Curves

   One can map points of the Montgomery curve M_{A,B} to points of the
   Weierstrass curve W_{a,b}, where a:=(3-A^2)/(3*B^2) and
   b:=(2*A^3-9*A)/(27*B^3).  This defines a one-to-one correspondence,
   which - in fact - is an isomorphism between M_{A,B} and W_{a,b},
   thereby showing that, e.g., the discrete logarithm problem in either
   curve model is equally hard.

   The mapping from M_{A,B} to W_{a,b} is defined by mapping the point
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   mapping each other point (u, v) of M_{A,B} to the point (x, y):=(u/
   B+A/(3*B), v/B) of W_{a,b}. Note that not all Weierstrass curves can
   be injectively mapped to Montgomery curves, since the latter have a
   point of order two and the former may not.  In particular, if a
   Weierstrass curve has prime order, such as is the case with the so-
   called "NIST curves", this inverse mapping is not defined.

   This mapping can be used to implement elliptic curve group operations
   originally defined for a twisted Edwards curve or for a Montgomery
   curve using group operations on the corresponding elliptic curve in
   short-Weierstrass form and translating the result back to the
   original curve, thereby potentially allowing code reuse.

   Note that implementations for elliptic curves with short-Weierstrass
   form that hard-code the domain parameter a to a= -3 (which value is
   known to allow more efficient implementations) cannot always be used
   this way, since the curve W_{a,b} resulting from an isomorphic
   mapping cannot always be expressed as a Weierstrass curve with a=-3
   via a coordinate transformation.  For more details, see Appendix F.

D.3.  Mapping between twisted Edwards Curves and Weierstrass Curves

   One can map points of the twisted Edwards curve E_{a,d} to points of
   the Weierstrass curve W_{a,b}, via function composition, where one
   uses the isomorphic mapping between twisted Edwards curve and
   Montgomery curves of Appendix D.1 and the one between Montgomery and
   Weierstrass curves of Appendix D.2.  Obviously, one can use function
   composition (now using the respective inverses) to realize the
   inverse of this mapping.

Appendix E.  Curve25519 and Cousins

E.1.  Curve Definition and Alternative Representations

   The elliptic curve Curve25519 is the Montgomery curve M_{A,B} defined
   over the prime field GF(p), with p:=2^{255}-19, where A:=486662 and
   B:=1.  This curve has order h*n, where h=8 and where n is a prime
   number.  For this curve, A^2-4 is not a square in GF(p), whereas A+2
   is.  The quadratic twist of this curve has order h1*n1, where h1=4
   and where n1 is a prime number.  For this curve, the base point is
   the point (Gu,Gv), where Gu=9 and where Gv is an odd integer in the
   interval [0, p-1].

   This curve has the same group structure as (is "isomorphic" to) the
   twisted Edwards curve E_{a,d} defined over GF(p), with as base point
   the point (Gx,Gy), where parameters are as specified in Appendix E.3.
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   a is a square in GF(p), whereas d is not, so the group laws of
   Appendix C.3 apply.

   The curve is also isomorphic to the elliptic curve W_{a,b} in short-
   Weierstrass form defined over GF(p), with as base point the point
   (Gx',Gy'), where parameters are as specified in Appendix E.3.  This
   curve is denoted as Wei25519.

E.2.  Switching between Alternative Representations

   Each affine point (u,v) of Curve25519 corresponds to the point
   (x,y):=(u + A/3,y) of Wei25519, while the point at infinity of
   Curve25519 corresponds to the point at infinity of Wei25519.  (Here,
   we used the mapping of Appendix D.2.)  Under this mapping, the base
   point (Gu,Gv) of Curve25519 corresponds to the base point (Gx',Gy')
   of Wei25519.  The inverse mapping maps the affine point (x,y) of
   Wei25519 to (u,v):=(x - A/3,y) of Curve25519, while mapping the point
   at infinity of Wei25519 to the point at infinity of Curve25519.  Note
   that this mapping involves a simple shift of the first coordinate and
   can be implemented via integer-only arithmetic as a shift of (p+A)/3
   for the isomorphic mapping and a shift of -(p+A)/3 for its inverse,
   where delta=(p+A)/3 is the element of GF(p) defined by

   delta  19298681539552699237261830834781317975544997444273427339909597
       334652188435537

       (=0x2aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaad2
       451)

   The curve Edwards25519 is isomorphic to the curve Curve25519, where
   the base point (Gu,Gv) of Curve25519 corresponds to the base point
   (Gx,Gy) of Edwards25519 and where the point at infinity and the point
   (0,0) of order two of Curve25519 correspond to, respectively, the
   point (0, 1) and the point (0, -1) of order two of Edwards25519 and
   where each other point (u, v) of Curve25519 corresponds to the point
   (c*u/v, (u-1)/(u+1)) of Edwards25519, where c is the element of GF(p)
   defined by

   c   sqrt(-(A+2))

       51042569399160536130206135233146329284152202253034631822681833788
       666877215207

       (=0x70d9120b 9f5ff944 2d84f723 fc03b081 3a5e2c2e b482e57d
       3391fb55 00ba81e7)

   (Here, we used the mapping of Appendix D.1.)  The inverse mapping
   from Edwards25519 to Curve25519 is defined by mapping the point (0,



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   1) and the point (0, -1) of order two of Edwards25519 to,
   respectively, the point at infinity and the point (0,0) of order two
   of Curve25519 and having each other point (x, y) of Edwards25519
   correspond to the point ((1 + y)/(1 - y), c*(1 + y)/((1-y)*x)).

   The curve Edwards25519 is isomorphic to the Weierstrass curve
   Wei25519, where the base point (Gx,Gy) of Edwards25519 corresponds to
   the base point (Gx',Gy') of Wei25519 and where the identity element
   (0,1) and the point (0,-1) of order two of Edwards25519 correspond
   to, respectively, the point at infinity O and the point (A/3, 0) of
   order two of Wei25519 and where each other point (x, y) of
   Edwards25519 corresponds to the point (x', y'):=((1+y)/(1-y)+A/3,
   c*(1+y)/((1-y)*x)) of Wei25519, where c was defined before.  (Here,
   we used the mapping of Appendix D.3.)  The inverse mapping from
   Wei25519 to Edwards25519 is defined by mapping the point at infinity
   O and the point (A/3, 0) of order two of Wei25519 to, respectively,
   the identity element (0,1) and the point (0,-1) of order two of
   Edwards25519 and having each other point (x, y) of Wei25519
   correspond to the point (c*(3*x-A)/(3*y), (3*x-A-3)/(3*x-A+3)).

   Note that these mappings can be easily realized in projective
   coordinates, using a few field multiplications only, thus allowing
   switching between alternative representations with negligible
   relative incremental cost.

E.3.  Domain Parameters

   The parameters of the Montgomery curve and the corresponding
   isomorphic curves in twisted Edwards curve and short-Weierstrass form
   are as indicated below.  Here, the domain parameters of the
   Montgomery curve Curve25519 and of the twisted Edwards curve
   Edwards25519 are as specified in RFC 7748; the domain parameters of
   Wei25519 are "new".

   General parameters (for all curve models):

   p   2^{255}-19

       (=0x7fffffff ffffffff ffffffff ffffffff ffffffff ffffffff
       ffffffff ffffffed)

   h   8

   n   72370055773322622139731865630429942408571163593799076060019509382
       85454250989

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   h1  4

   n1  14474011154664524427946373126085988481603263447650325797860494125
       407373907997

       (=2^{253} - 0x29bdf3bd 45ef39ac b024c634 b9eba7e3)

   Montgomery curve-specific parameters (for Curve25519):

   A   486662

   B   1

   Gu  9 (=0x9)

   Gv  14781619447589544791020593568409986887264606134616475288964881837
       755586237401

       (=0x20ae19a1 b8a086b4 e01edd2c 7748d14c 923d4d7e 6d7c61b2
       29e9c5a2 7eced3d9)

   Twisted Edwards curve-specific parameters (for Edwards25519):

   a   -1 (-0x01)

   d   -121665/121666

       (=370957059346694393431380835087545651895421138798432190163887855
       33085940283555)

       (=0x52036cee 2b6ffe73 8cc74079 7779e898 00700a4d 4141d8ab
       75eb4dca 135978a3)

   Gx  15112221349535400772501151409588531511454012693041857206046113283
       949847762202

       (=0x216936d3 cd6e53fe c0a4e231 fdd6dc5c 692cc760 9525a7b2
       c9562d60 8f25d51a)

   Gy  4/5

       (=463168356949264781694283940034751631413079938662562256157830336
       03165251855960)

       (=0x66666666 66666666 66666666 66666666 66666666 66666666
       66666666 66666658)

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   a   19298681539552699237261830834781317975544997444273427339909597334
       573241639236

       (=0x2aaaaaaa aaaaaaaa aaaaaaaa aaaaaaaa aaaaaaaa aaaaaaaa
       aaaaaa98 4914a144)

   b   55751746669818908907645289078257140818241103727901012315294400837
       956729358436

       (=0x7b425ed0 97b425ed 097b425e d097b425 ed097b42 5ed097b4
       260b5e9c 7710c864)

   Gx' 19298681539552699237261830834781317975544997444273427339909597334
       652188435546

       (=0x2aaaaaaa aaaaaaaa aaaaaaaa aaaaaaaa aaaaaaaa aaaaaaaa
       aaaaaaaa aaad245a)

   Gy' 14781619447589544791020593568409986887264606134616475288964881837
       755586237401

       (=0x20ae19a1 b8a086b4 e01edd2c 7748d14c 923d4d7e 6d7c61b2
       29e9c5a2 7eced3d9)

Appendix F.  Further Mappings

   The non-binary curves specified in Appendix A are expressed in
   different curve models, viz. as curves in short-Weierstrass form, as
   Montgomery curves, or as twisted Edwards curves.  Within each curve
   model, further mappings exist that induce a mapping between elliptic
   curves within each curve model.  This can be exploited to force some
   of the domain parameters to a value that allows a more efficient
   implementation of the addition formulae.

F.1.  Isomorphic Mapping between Weierstrass Curves

   One can map points of the Weierstrass curve W_{a,b} to points of the
   Weierstrass curve W_{a',b'}, where a:=a'*s^4 and b:=b'*s^6 for some
   nonzero value s of the finite field GF(q).  This defines a one-to-one
   correspondence, which - in fact - is an isomorphism between W_{a,b}
   and W_{a',b'}, thereby showing that, e.g., the discrete logarithm
   problem in either curve model is equally hard.

   The mapping from W_{a,b} to W_{a',b'} is defined by mapping the point
   at infinity O of W_{a,b} to the point at infinity O of W_{a',b'},
   while mapping each other point (x, y) of W_{a,b} to the point (x',
   y'):=(x*s^2, y*s^3) of W_{a',b'}. The inverse mapping from W_{a',b'}
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   to the point at infinity O of W_{a,b}, while mapping each other point
   (x', y') of W_{a',b'} to the point (x, y):=(x/s^2, y/s^3) of W_{a,b}.

   Implementations may take advantage of this mapping to carry out
   elliptic curve group operations originally defined for a Weierstrass
   curve with a generic domain parameter a on a corresponding isomorphic
   Weierstrass curve with domain parameter a' that has a special form,
   which is known to allow for more efficient implementations of
   addition laws, and translating the result back to the original curve.
   In particular, it is known that such efficiency improvements exist if
   a'=-3 (mod p) and one uses so-called Jacobian coordinates with a
   particular projective version of the addition laws of Appendix C.1.
   While not all Weierstrass curves can be put into this form, all
   traditional NIST curves have domain parameter a=-3, while all
   Brainpool curves [RFC5639] are isomorphic to a Weierstrass curve of
   this form.

   Note that implementations for elliptic curves with short-Weierstrass
   form that hard-code the domain parameter a to a= -3 cannot always be
   used this way, since the curve W_{a,b} cannot always be expressed in
   terms of a Weierstrass curve with a'=-3 via a coordinate
   transformation: this only holds if a'/a is a fourth power in GF(q)
   (see Section 3.1.5 of [GECC]).  However, even in this case, one can
   still express the curve W_{a,b} as a Weierstrass curve with a small
   domain parameter value a', thereby still allowing a more efficient
   implementation than with a general domain parameter value a.

F.2.  Isogenous Mapping between Weierstrass Curves

   One can still map points of the Weierstrass curve W_{a,b} to points
   of the Weierstrass curve W_{a',b'}, where a':=-3 (mod p), even if
   a'/a is not a fourth power in GF(q).  In that case, this mappping
   cannot be an isomorphism (see Appendix F.1).  Instead, the mapping is
   a so-called isogeny (or homomorphism).  Since most elliptic curve
   operations process points of prime order or use so-called "co-factor
   multiplication", in practice the resulting mapping has similar
   properties as an isomorphism.  In particular, one can still take
   advantage of this mapping to carry out elliptic curve group
   operations originally defined for a Weierstrass curve with domain
   parameter a unequal to -3 (mod p) on a corresponding isogenous
   Weierstrass curve with domain parameter a'=-3 (mod p) and translating
   the result back to the original curve.

   In this case, the mapping from W_{a,b} to W_{a',b'} is defined by
   mapping the point at infinity O of W_{a,b} to the point at infinity O
   of W_{a',b'}, while mapping each other point (x, y) of W_{a,b} to the
   point (x', y'):=(u(x)/w(x)^2, y*v(x)/w(x)^3) of W_{a',b'}. Here,
   u(x), v(x), and w(x) are polynomials that depend on the isogeny in



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   question.  The inverse mapping from W_{a',b'} to W_{a,b} is again an
   isogeny and defined by mapping the point at infinity O of W_{a',b'}
   to the point at infinity O of W_{a,b}, while mapping each other point
   (x', y') of W_{a',b'} to the point (x, y):=(u'(x')/w'(x')^2,
   y'*v'(x')/w'(x')^3) of W_{a,b}, where -- again -- u'(x'), v'(x'), and
   w'(x') are polynomials that depend on the isogeny in question.  These
   mappings have the property that their composition is not the identity
   mapping (as is the case with the isomorphic mappings discussed in
   Appendix F.1), but rather a fixed multiple hereof: if this multiple
   is l then the isogeny is called an isogeny of degree l (or l-isogeny)
   and u, v, and w (and, similarly, u', v', and w') are polynomials of
   degrees l, 3(l-1)/2, and (l-1)/2, respectively.  Note that an
   isomorphism is simply an isogeny of degree l=1.  Details of how to
   determine isogenies are outside scope of this document (for this,
   contact the author of this document).

   Implementations may take advantage of this mapping to carry out
   elliptic curve group operations originally defined for a Weierstrass
   curve with a generic domain parameter a on a corresponding isogenous
   Weierstrass curve with domain parameter a'=-3 (mod p), where one can
   use so-called Jacobian coordinates with a particular projective
   version of the addition laws of Appendix C.1.  Since all traditional
   NIST curves have domain parameter a=-3, while all Brainpool curves
   [RFC5639] are isomorphic to a Weierstrass curve of this form, this
   allows taking advantage of existing implementations for these curves
   that may have a hardcoded a=-3 (mod p) domain parameter, provided one
   switches back and forth to this curve form using the isogenous
   mapping in question.

   Note that isogenous mappings can be easily realized in projective
   coordinates and involves roughly 3*l finite field multiplications,
   thus allowing switching between alternative representations at
   relative low incremental cost compared to that of elliptic curve
   scalar multiplications (provided the isogeny has low degree l).
   Note, however, that this does require storage of the polynomial
   coefficients of the isogeny and dual isogeny involved.  This
   illustrates that low-degree isogenies are to be preferred, since an
   l-isogeny (usually) requires storing roughly 6*l elements of GF(q).
   While there are many isogenies, we therefore only consider those with
   the desired property with lowest possible degree.

Appendix G.  Further Cousins of Curve25519

G.1.  Further Alternative Representations

   The Weierstrass curve Wei25519 is isomorphic to the Weierstrass curve
   Wei25519.2 defined over GF(p), with as base point the pair
   (G1x',G1y'), and isogenous to the Weierstrass curve Wei25519.-3



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   defined over GF(p), with as base point the pair (G2x', G2y'), where
   parameters are as specified in Appendix G.3 and where the related
   mappings are as specified in Appendix G.2.

G.2.  Further Switching

   Each affine point (x,y) of Wei25519 corresponds to the point
   (x',y'):=(x*s^2,y*s^3) of Wei25519.2, where s is the element of GF(p)
   defined by

   s   20343593038935618591794247374137143598394058341193943326473831977
       39407761440

       (=0x047f6814 6d568b44 7e4552ea a5ed633d 02d62964 a2b0a120
       5e7941e9 375de020),

   while the point at infinity of Wei25519 corresponds to the point at
   infinity of Wei25519.2.  (Here, we used the mapping of Appendix F.1.)
   Under this mapping, the base point (Gx',Gy') of Wei25519 corresponds
   to the base point (G1x',G1y') of Wei25519.2.  The inverse mapping
   maps the affine point (x',y') of Wei25519.2 to (x,y):=(x'/s^2,y'/s^3)
   of Wei25519, while mapping the point at infinity of Wei25519.2 to the
   point at infinity of Wei25519.  Note that this mapping (and its
   inverse) involves a modular multiplication of both coordinates with
   fixed constants s^2 and s^3 (respectively, 1/s^2 and 1/s^3), which
   can be precomputed.

   Each affine point (x,y) of Wei25519 corresponds to the point
   (x',y'):=(x1/t^2,y1/t^3) of Wei25519.-3, where
   (x1,y1)=(u(x)/w(x)^2,y*v(x)/w(x)^3), where u, v, and w are the
   polynomials with coefficients in GF(p) as defined in Appendix H.1 and
   where t is the element of GF(p) defined by

   t   26012855558634277483276064234565597076862996895623795164528458073
       435568115620

       (=0x3982c126 59ad1749 ab8bc495 bb1a9d64 c9deffc5 e7b8e601
       a5651992 07d48fa4),

   while the point at infinity of Wei25519 corresponds to the point at
   infinity of Wei25519.-3.  (Here, we used the isogenous mapping of
   Appendix F.2.)  Under this isogenous mapping, the base point
   (Gx',Gy') of Wei25519 corresponds to the base point (G2x',G2y') of
   Wei25519.-3.  The dual isogeny maps the affine point (x',y') of
   Wei25519.-3 to to (x,y):=(u'(x1)/w'(x1)^2,y1*v'(x1)/w'(x1)^3) of
   Wei25519, where (x1,y1)=(x'*t^2,y'*t^3) and where u', v', and w' are
   the polynomials with coefficients in GF(p) as defined in
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   the point at infinity of Wei25519.  Under this dual isogenous
   mapping, the base point (G2x',G2y') of Wei25519.-3 corresponds to a
   multiple of the base point (Gx',Gy') of Wei25519, where this multiple
   is l=47 (the degree of the isogeny; see the description in
   Appendix F.1).  Note that this isogenous map (and its dual) primarily
   involves the evaluation of three fixed polynomials involving the
   x-coordinate, which takes roughly 140 modular multiplications (or
   less than 5-10% relative incremental cost compared to the cost of an
   elliptic curve scalar multiplication).

G.3.  Further Domain Parameters

   The parameters of the Weierstrass curve with a=2 that is isomorphic
   with Wei25519 and the parameters of the Weierstrass curve with a=-3
   that is isogenous with Wei25519 are as indicated below.  Both domain
   parameter sets can be exploited directly to derive more efficient
   point addition formulae, should an implementation facilitate this.

   General parameters: same as for Wei25519 (see Appendix E.3)

   Weierstrass curve-specific parameters (for Wei25519.2, i.e., with
   a=2):

   a   2 (=0x02)

   b   12102640281269758552371076649779977768474709596484288167752775713
       178787220689

       (=0x1ac1da05 b55bc146 33bd39e4 7f94302e f19843dc f669916f
       6a5dfd01 65538cd1)

   G1x'  107705531383684005184170201967961611367923681983263378231495026
       81097436401658

       (=0x17cfeac3 78aed661 318e8634 582275b6 d9ad4def 072ea193
       5ee3c4e8 7a940ffa)

   G1y'  544305758615084056530986689844575286168071033325025775211614397
       7388639873869

       (=0x0c08a952 c55dfad6 2c4f13f1 a8f68dca dc5c331d 297a37b6
       f0d7fdcc 51e16b4d)

   Weierstrass curve-specific parameters (for Wei25519.-3, i.e., with
   a=-3):

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       (=0x7fffffff ffffffff ffffffff ffffffff ffffffff ffffffff
       ffffffff ffffffea)

   b   29689592517550930188872794512874050362622433571298029721775200646
       451501277098

       (=0x41a3b6bf c668778e be2954a4 b1df36d1 485ecef1 ea614295
       796e1022 40891faa)

   G2x'  538371792299408724349427232574807773704511272123391981336972078
       46219400243292

       (=0x7706c37b 5a84128a 3884a5d7 1811f1b5 5da3230f fb17a8ab
       0b32e48d 31a6685c)

   G2y'  695480730911001844144020555292799703925148674228551417730708041
       8460388229929

       (=0x0f60480c 7a5c0e11 40340adc 79d6a2bf 0cb57ad0 49d025dc
       38d80c77 985f0329)

Appendix H.  Isogeny Details

   The isogeny and dual isogeny are both isogenies with degree l=47.
   Both are specified by a triple of polynomials u, v, and w (resp. u',
   v', and w') of degree 47, 69, and 23, respectively, with coefficients
   in GF(p).  The coeffients of each of these polynomials are specified
   in Appendix H.1 (for the isogeny) and in Appendix H.2 (for the dual
   isogeny).  For each polynomial in variable x, the coefficients are
   tabulated as sequence of coefficients of x^0, x^1, x^2, ..., in
   hexadecimal format.

H.1.  Isogeny Parameters

H.1.1.  Coefficients of u(x)

   0  0x670ed14828b6f1791ceb3a9cc0edfe127dee8729c5a72ddf77bb1abaebbba1e8

   1  0x1135ca8bd5383cb3545402c8bce2ced14b45c29b241e4751b035f27524a9f932

   2  0x3223806ff5f669c430efd74df8389f058d180e2fcffa5cdef3eacecdd2c34771

   3  0x31b8fecf3f17a819c228517f6cd9814466c8c8bea2efccc47a29bfc14c364266

   4  0x2541305c958c5a326f44efad2bec284e7abee840fadb08f2d994cd382fd8ce42

   5  0x6e6f9c5792f3ff497f860f44a9c469cec42bd711526b733e10915be5b2dbd8c6




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   6  0x3e9ad2e5f594b9ce6b06d4565891d28a1be8790000b396ef0bf59215d6cabfde

   7  0x278448895d236403bbc161347d19c913e7df5f372732a823ed807ee1d30206be

   8  0x42f9d171ea8dc2f4a14ea46cc0ee54967175ecfe83a975137b753cb127c35060

   9  0x128e40efa2d3ccb51567e73bae91e7c31eac45700fa13ce5781cbe5ddc985648

   10 0x450e5086c065430b496d88952dd2d5f2c5102bc27074d4d1e98bfa47413e0645

   11 0x487ef93da70dfd44a4db8cb41542e33d1aa32237bdca3a59b3ce1c59585f253d

   12 0x33d209270026b1d2db96efb36cc2fa0a49be1307f49689022eab1892b010b785

   13 0x4732b5996a20ebc4d5c5e2375d3b6c4b700c681bd9904343a14a0555ef0ecd48

   14 0x64dc9e8272b9f5c6ad3470db543238386f42b18cb1c592cc6caf7893141b2107

   15 0x52bbacd1f85c61ef7eafd8da27260fa2821f7a961867ed449b283036508ac5c5

   16 0x320447ed91210985e2c401cfe1a93db1379424cf748f92fd61ab5cc356bc89a2

   17 0x23d23a49bbcdf8cf4c4ce8a4ff7dd87d1ad1970317686254d5b4d2ec050d019f

   18 0x1601fca063f0bbbf15f198b3c20e474c2170294fa981f73365732d2372b40cd4

   19 0x7bf3f93840035e9688cfff402cee204a17c0de9779fc33503537dd78021bf4c4

   20 0x311998ce59fb7e1cd6af591ece3e84dfcb1c330cbcf28c0349e37b9581452853

   21 0x7ae5e41acfd28a9add2216dfed34756575a19b16984c1f3847b694326dad7f99

   22 0x704957e279244a5b107a6c57bd0ab9afe5227b7c0be2052cd3513772a40efee7

   23 0x56b918b5a0c583cb763550f8f71481e57c13bdcef2e5cfc8091d0821266f233b

   24 0x677073fed43ab291e496f798fbcf217bac3f014e35d0c2fa07f041ae746a04d7

   25 0x22225388e76f9688c7d4053b50ba41d0d8b71a2f21da8353d98472243ef50170

   26 0x66930b3dffdd3995a2502cef790d78b091c875192d8074bb5d5639f736400555

   27 0x79eb677c5e36971e8d64d56ebc0dedb4e9b7dd2d7b01343ebbd4d358d376e490

   28 0x48a204c2ca6d8636e9994842605bd648b91b637844e38d6c7dd707edce8256e2

   29 0xfb3529b0d4b9ce2d70760f33e8ce997a58999718e9277caf48623d27ae6a788




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   30 0x4352604bffd0c7d7a9ed898a2c6e7cf2512ffb89407271ba1f2c2d0ead8cc5aa

   31 0x6667697b29785fb6f0bd5e04d828991a5fe525370216f347ec767a26e7aac936

   32 0x9fc950b083c56dbd989badf9887255e203c879f123a7cb28901e50aea6d64dc

   33 0x41e51b51b5caadd1c15436bbf37596a1d7288a5f495d6b5b1ae66f8b2942b31d

   34 0x73b59fec709aa1cabd429e981c6284822a8b7b07620c831ab41fd31d5cf7430

   35 0x67e9b88e9a1bfbc2554107d67d814986f1b09c3107a060cba21c019a2d5dc848

   36 0x6881494a1066ca176c5e174713786040affb4268b19d2abf28ef4293429f89c1

   37 0x5f4d30502ff1e1ccd624e6f506569454ab771869d7483e26afc09dea0c5ccd3d

   38 0x2a814cfc5859bca51e539c159955cbe729a58978b52329575d09bc6c3bf97ad

   39 0x1313c8aaae20d6f4397f0d8b19e52cfcdf8d8e10fba144aec1778fd10ddf4e9c

   40 0x7008d38f434b98953a996d4cc79fcbef9502411dcdf92005f725cea7ce82ad47

   41 0x5a74d1296aaaa245ffb848f434531fa3ba9e5cb9098a7091d36c2777d4cf5a13

   42 0x4bd3b700606397083f8038177bdaa1ac6edbba0447537582723cae0fd29341a9

   43 0x573453fb2b093016f3368356c786519d54ed05f5372c01723b4da520597ec217

   44 0x77f5c605bdb3a30d7d9c8840fce38650910d4418eed707a212c8927f41c2c812

   45 0x16d6b9f7ff57ca32350057de1204cc6d69d4ef1b255dfef8080118e2fef6ace3

   46 0x34e8595832a4021f8b5744014c6b4f7da7df0d0329e8b6b4d44c8fadad6513b7

   47 0x1

H.1.2.  Coefficients of v(x)

   0  0xf9f5eb7134e6f8dafa30c45afa58d7bfc6d4e3ccbb5de87b562fd77403972b2

   1  0x36c2dcd9e88f0d2d517a15fc453a098bbbb5a05eb6e8da906fae418a4e1a13f7

   2  0xb40078302c24fa394a834880d5bf46732ca1b4894172fb7f775821276f558b3

   3  0x53dd8e2234573f7f3f7df11e90a7bdd7b75d807f9712f521d4fb18af59aa5f26

   4  0x6d4d7bb08de9061988a8cf6ff3beb10e933d4d2fbb8872d256a38c74c8c2ceda




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   6  0x7c524f4d17ff2ee88463da012fc12a5b67d7fb5bd0ab59f4bbf162d76be1c89c

   7  0x758183d5e07878d3364e3fd4c863a5dc1fe723f48c4ab4273fc034f5454d59a4

   8  0x1eb41ef2479444ecdccbc200f64bde53f434a02b6c3f485d32f14da6aa7700e1

   9  0x1490f3851f016cc3cf8a1e3c16a53317253d232ed425297531b560d70770315c

   10 0x9bc43131964e46d905c3489c9d465c3abbd26eab9371c10e429b36d4b86469c

   11 0x5f27c173d94c7a413a288348d3fc88daa0bcf5af8f436a47262050f240e9be3b

   12 0x1d20010ec741aaa393cd19f0133b35f067adab0d105babe75fe45c8ba2732ceb

   13 0x1b3c669ae49b86be2f0c946a9ff6c48e44740d7d9804146915747c3c025996a

   14 0x24c6090f79ec13e3ae454d8f0f98e0c30a8938180595f79602f2ba013b3c10db

   15 0x4650c5b5648c6c43ac75a2042048c699e44437929268661726e7182a31b1532f

   16 0x957a835fb8bac3360b5008790e4c1f3389589ba74c8e8bf648b856ba7f22ba5

   17 0x1cd1300bc534880f95c7885d8df04a82bd54ed3e904b0749e0e3f8cb3240c7c7

   18 0x760b486e0d3c6ee0833b34b64b7ebc846055d4d1e0beeb6aedd5132399ada0ea

   19 0x1c666846c63965ef7edf519d6ada738f2b676ae38ff1f4621533373931b3220e

   20 0x365055118b38d4bc0df86648044affea2ef33e9a392ad336444e7d15e45585d1

   21 0x736487bde4b555abfccd3ea7ddcda98eda0d7c879664117dee906a88bc551194

   22 0x70de05ab9520222a37c7a84c61eedff71cb50c5f6647fc2a5d6e0ff2305cea37

   23 0x59053f6cdf6517ab3fe4bd9c9271d1892f8cf353d8041b98409e1e341a01f8b5

   24 0x375db54ed12fe8df9a198ea40200e812c2660b7022681d7932d89fafe7c6e88d

   25 0x2a070c31d1c1a064daf56c79a044bd1cd6d13f1ddb0ff039b03a6469aaa9ed77

   26 0x41482351e7f69a756a5a2c0b3fa0681c03c550341d0ca0f76c5b394db9d2de8d

   27 0x747ac1109c9e9368d94a302cb5a1d23fcc7f0fd8a574efb7ddcaa738297c407a

   28 0x45682f1f2aab6358247e364834e2181ad0448bb815c587675fb2fee5a2119064




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   29 0x148c5bf44870dfd307317f0a0e4a8c163940bee1d2f01455a2e658aa92c13620

   30 0x6add1361e56ffa2d2fbbddba284b35be5845aec8069fc28af009d53290a705ce

   31 0x6631614c617400dc00f2c55357f67a94268e7b5369b02e55d5db46c935be3af5

   32 0x17cffb496c64bb89d91c8c082f4c288c3c87feabd6b08591fe5a92216c094637

   33 0x648ff88155969f54c955a1834ad227b93062bb191170dd8c4d759f79ad5da250

   34 0x73e50900b89e5f295052b97f9d0c9edb0fc7d97b7fa5e3cfeefe33dd6a9cb223

   35 0x6afcb2f2ffe6c08508477aa4956cbd3dc864257f5059685adf2c68d4f2338f00

   36 0x372fd49701954c1b8f00926a8cb4b157d4165b75d53fa0476716554bf101b74c

   37 0x334ed41325f3724ff8becbf2b3443fea6d30fa543d1ca13188aceb2bdaf5f4e

   38 0x70e629c95a94e8e1b3974acb25e18ba42f8d5991786f0931f650c283adfe82fd

   39 0x738a625f4c62d3d645f1274e09ab344e72d441f3c0e82989d3e21e19212f23f3

   40 0x7093737294b29f21522f5664a9941c9b476f75d443b647bd2c777040bcd12a6a

   41 0xa996bad5863d821ccb8b89fa329ddbe5317a46bcb32552db396bea933765436

   42 0x2da237e3741b75dd0264836e7ef634fc0bc36ab187ebc790591a77c257b06f53

   43 0x1902f3daa86fa4f430b57212924fdc9e40f09e809f3991a0b3a10ab186c50ee5

   44 0x12baffec1bf20c921afd3cdf67a7f1d87c00d5326a3e5c83841593c214dadcb1

   45 0x6460f5a68123cb9e7bc1289cd5023c0c9ccd2d98eea24484fb3825b59dcd09aa

   46 0x2c7d63a868ffc9f0fd034f821d84736c5bc33325ce98aba5f0d95fef6f230ec8

   47 0x756e0063349a702db7406984c285a9b6bfba48177950d4361d8efa77408dc860

   48 0x37f3e30032b21e0279738e0a2b689625447831a2ccf15c638672da9aa7255ae

   49 0x1107c0dbe15d6ca9e790768317a40bcf23c80f1841f03ca79dd3e3ef4ea1ae30

   50 0x61ff7f25721d6206041c59a788316b09e05135a2aad94d539c65daa68b302cc2

   51 0x5dbfe346cbd0d61b9a3b5c42ec0518d3ae81cabcc32245060d7b0cd982b8d071

   52 0x4b6595e8501e9ec3e75f46107d2fd76511764efca179f69196eb45c0aa6fade3




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   53 0x72d17a5aa7bd8a2540aa9b02d9605f2a714f44abfb4c35d518b7abc39b477870

   54 0x658d8c134bac37729ec40d27d50b637201abbf1ab4157316358953548c49cf22

   55 0x36ac53b9118581ace574d5a08f9647e6a916f92dda684a4dbc405e2646b0243f

   56 0x1917a98f387d1e323e84a0f02d53307b1dd949e1a27b0de14514f89d9c0ef4b6

   57 0x21573434fde7ce56e8777c79539479441942dba535ade8ecb77763f7eb05d797

   58 0xe0bf482dc40884719bea5503422b603f3a8edb582f52838caa6eaab6eeac7ef

   59 0x3b0471eb53bd83e14fbc13928fe1691820349a963be8f7e9815848a53d03f5eb

   60 0x1e92cb067b24a729c42d3abb7a1179c577970f0ab3e6b0ce8d66c5b8f7001262

   61 0x74ea885c1ebed6f74964262402432ef184c42884fceb2f8dba3a9d67a1344dd7

   62 0x433ebce2ce9b0dc314425cfc2b234614d3c34f2c9da9fff4fdddd1ce242d035b

   63 0x33ac69e6be858dde7b83a9ff6f11de443128b39cec6e410e8d3b570e405ff896

   64 0xdab71e2ae94e6530a501ed8cf3df26731dd1d41cd81578341e12dca3cb71aa3

   65 0x537f58d52d18ce5b1d5a6bd3a420e796e64173491ad43dd4d1083a7dcc7dd201

   66 0x49c2f6afa93fdcc4e0f8128a8b06da4c75049be14edf3e103821ab604c60f8ae

   67 0x10a333eabd6135aeaa3f5f5f7e73d102e4fd7e4bf0902fc55b00da235fa1ad08

   68 0xf5c86044bf6032f5102e601f2a0f73c7bce9384bedd120f3e72d78484179d9c

   69 0x1

H.1.3.  Coefficients of w(x)

   0  0x3da24d42421264f30939ff00203880f2b017eb3fecf8933ae61e18df8c8ba116

   1  0x457f20bc393cdc9a66848ce174e2fa41d77e6dbae05a317a1fb6e3ae78760f8

   2  0x7f608a2285c480d5c9592c435431fae94695beef79d770bb6d029c1d10a53295

   3  0x3832accc520a485100a0a1695792465142a5572bed1b2e50e1f8f662ac7289bb

   4  0x2df1b0559e31b328eb34beedd5e537c3f4d7b9befb0749f75d6d0d866d26fbaa

   5  0x25396820381d04015a9f655ddd41c74303ded05d54a7750e2f58006659adda28




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   6  0x6fa070a70ca2bc6d4d0795fb28d4990b2cc80cd72d48b603a8ac8c8268bef6a6

   7  0x27f488578357388b20fbc7503328e1d10de602b082b3c7b8ceb33c29fea7a0d2

   8  0x15776851a7cabcfe84c632118306915c0c15c75068a47021968c7438d46076e6

   9  0x101565b08a9af015c172fb194b940a4df25c4fb1d85f72d153efc79131d45e8f

   10 0x196b0ffbf92f3229fea1dac0d74591b905ccaab6b83f905ee813ee8449f8a62c

   11 0x1f55784691719f765f04ee9051ec95d5deb42ae45405a9d87833855a6d95a94

   12 0x628858f79cca86305739d084d365d5a9e56e51a4485d253ae3f2e4a379fa8aff

   13 0x4a842dcd943a80d1e6e1dab3622a8c4d390da1592d1e56d1c14c4d3f72dd01a5

   14 0xf3bfc9cb17a1125f94766a4097d0f1018963bc11cb7bc0c7a1d94d65e282477

   15 0x1c4bd70488c4882846500691fa7543b7ef694446d9c3e3b4707ea2c99383e53c

   16 0x2d7017e47b24b89b0528932c4ade43f09091b91db0072e6ebdc5e777cb215e35

   17 0x781d69243b6c86f59416f91f7decaca93eab9cdc36a184191810c56ed85e0fdc

   18 0x5f20526f4177357da40a18da054731d442ad2a5a4727322ba8ed10d32eca24fb

   19 0x33e4cab64ed8a00d8012104fe8f928e6173c428eff95bbbe569ea46126a4f3cd

   20 0x50555b6f07e308d33776922b6566829d122e19b25b7bbacbb0a4b1a7dc40192

   21 0x533fa4bf1e2a2aae2f979065fdbb5b667ede2f85543fddbba146aa3a4ef2d281

   22 0x5a742cac1952010fc5aba200a635a7bed3ef868194f45b5a6a2647d6d6b289d2

   23 0x1

H.2.  Dual Isogeny Parameters

H.2.1.  Coefficients of u'(x)

   0  0xf0eddb584a20aaac8f1419efdd02a5cca77b21e4cfae78c49b5127d98bc5882

   1  0x7115e60d44a58630417df33dd45b8a546fa00b79fea3b2bdc449694bade87c0a

   2  0xb3f3a6f3c445c7dc1f91121275414e88c32ff3f367ba0edad4d75b7e7b94b65

   3  0x1eb31bb333d7048b87f2b3d4ec76d69035927b41c30274368649c87c52e1ab30




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   4  0x552c886c2044153e280832264066cce2a7da1127dc9720e2a380e9d37049ac64

   5  0x4504f27908db2e1f5840b74ae42445298755d9493141f5417c02f04d47797dda

   6  0x82c242cce1eb19698a4fa30b5affe64e5051c04ae8b52cb68d89ee85222e628

   7  0x480473406add76cf1d77661b3ff506c038d9cdd5ad6e1ea41969430bb876d223

   8  0x25f47bb506fba80c79d1763365fa9076d4c4cb6644f73ed37918074397e88588

   9  0x10f13ed36eab593fa20817f6bb70cac292e18d300498f6642e35cbdf772f0855

   10 0x7d28329d695fb3305620f83a58df1531e89a43c7b3151d16f3b60a8246c36ade

   11 0x2c5ec8c42b16dc6409bdd2c7b4ffe9d65d7209e886badbd5f865dec35e4ab4a

   12 0x7f4f33cd50255537e6cde15a4a327a5790c37e081802654b56c956434354e133

   13 0x7d30431a121d9240c761998cf83d228237e80c3ef5c7191ec9617208e0ab8cec

   14 0x4d2a7d6609610c1deed56425a4615b92f70a507e1079b2681d96a2b874cf0630

   15 0x74676df60a9906901d1dc316c639ff6ae0fcdb02b5571d4b83fc2eedcd2936a8

   16 0x22f8212219aca01410f06eb234ed53bd5b8fbe7c08652b8002bcd1ea3cdae387

   17 0x7edb04449565d7c566b934a87fadade5515f23bda1ce25daa19fff0c6a5ccc2f

   18 0x106ef71aa3aa34e8ecf4c07a67d03f0949d7d015ef2c1e32eb698dd3bec5a18c

   19 0x17913eb705db126ac3172447bcd811a62744d505ad0eea94cfcfdde5ca7428

   20 0x2cc793e6d3b592dcf5472057a991ff1a5ab43b4680bb34c0f5faffc5307827c1

   21 0x6dafcc0b16f98300cddb5e0a7d7ff04a0e73ca558c54461781d5a5ccb1ea0122

   22 0x7e418891cf222c021b0ae5f5232b9c0dc8270d4925a13174a0f0ac5e7a4c8045

   23 0x76553bd26fecb019ead31142684789fea7754c2dc9ab9197c623f45d60749058

   24 0x693efb3f81086043656d81840902b6f3a9a4b0e8f2a5a5edf5ce1c7f50a3898e

   25 0x46c630eac2b86d36f18a061882b756917718a359f44752a5caf41be506788921

   26 0x1dcfa01773628753bc6f448ac11be8a3bffa0011b9284967629b827e064f614

   27 0x8430b5b97d49b0938d1f66ecb9d2043025c6eec624f8f02042b9621b2b5cb19




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   28 0x66f66a6669272d47d3ec1efea36ee01d4a54ed50e9ec84475f668a5a9850f9be

   29 0x539128823b5ef3e87e901ab22f06d518a9bad15f5d375b49fe1e893ab38b1345

   30 0x2bd01c49d6fff22c213a8688924c10bf29269388a69a08d7f326695b3c213931

   31 0x3f7bea1baeccea3980201dc40d67c26db0e3b15b5a19b6cdac6de477aa717ac1

   32 0x6e0a72d94867807f7150fcb1233062f911b46e2ad11a3eac3c6c4c91e0f4a3fa

   33 0x5963f3cc262253f56fc103e50217e7e5b823ae8e1617f9e11f4c9c595fbb5bf6

   34 0x41440b6fe787777bc7b63afac9f4a38ddadcebc3d72f8fc73835247ba05f3a1d

   35 0x66d185401c1d2d0b84fcf6758a6a985bf9695651271c08f4b69ce89175fb7b34

   36 0x2673fb8c65bc4fe41905381093429a2601c46a309c03077ca229bac7d6ccf239

   37 0x1ce4d895ee601918a080de353633c82b75a3f61e8247763767d146554dd2f862

   38 0x18efa6c72fa908347547a89028a44f79f22542baa588601f2b3ed25a5e56d27c

   39 0x53de362e2f8ff220f8921620a71e8faa1aa57f8886fcbb6808fa3a5560570543

   40 0xdc29a73b97f08aa8774911474e651130ed364e8d8cffd4a80dee633aacecc47

   41 0x4e7eb8584ae4de525389d1e9300fc4480b3d9c8a5a45ecfbe33311029d8f6b99

   42 0x6c3cba4aa9229550fa82e1cfaee4b02f2c0cb86f79e0d412b8e32b00b7959d80

   43 0x5a9d104ae585b94af68eeb16b1349776b601f97b7ce716701645b1a75b68dcf3

   44 0x754e014b5e87af035b3d5fe6fb49f4631e32549f6341c6693c5172a6388e273e

   45 0x6710d8265118e22eaceba09566c86f642ab42da58c435083a353eaa12d866c39

   46 0x6e88ac659ce146c369f8b24c3a49f8dca547827250cf7963a455851cfc4f8d22

   47 0x971eb5f253356cd1fde9fb21f4a4902aa5b8d804a2b57ba775dc130181ae2e8

H.2.2.  Coefficients of v'(x)

   0  0x43c9b67cc5b16e167b55f190db61e44d48d813a7112910f10e3fd8da85d61d3

   1  0x72046db07e0e7882ff3f0f38b54b45ca84153be47a7fd1dd8f6402e17c47966f

   2  0x1593d97b65a070b6b3f879fe3dc4d1ef03c0e781c997111d5c1748f956f1ffc0




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   3  0x54e5fec076b8779338432bdc5a449e36823a0a7c905fd37f232330b026a143a0

   4  0x46328dd9bc336e0873abd453db472468393333fbf2010c6ac283933216e98038

   5  0x25d0c64de1dfe1c6d5f5f2d98ab637d8b39bcf0d886a23dabac18c80d7eb03ce

   6  0x3a175c46b2cd8e2b313dde2d5f3097b78114a6295f283cf58a33844b0c8d8b34

   7  0x5cf4e6f745bdd61181a7d1b4db31dc4c30c84957f63cdf163bee5e466a7a8d38

   8  0x639071c39b723eea51cfd870478331d60396b31f39a593ebdd9b1eb543875283

   9  0x7ea8f895dcd85fc6cb2b58793789bd9246e62fa7a8c7116936876f4d8dff869b

   10 0x503818acb535bcaacf8ad44a83c213a9ce83af7c937dc9b3e5b6efedc0a7428c

   11 0xe815373920ec3cbf3f8cae20d4389d367dc4398e01691244af90edc3e6d42b8

   12 0x7e4b23e1e0b739087f77910cc635a92a3dc184a791400cbceae056c19c853815

   13 0x145322201db4b5ec0a643229e07c0ab7c36e4274745689be2c19cfa8a702129d

   14 0xfde79514935d9b40f52e33429621a200acc092f6e5dec14b49e73f2f59c780d

   15 0x37517ac5c04dc48145a9d6e14803b8ce9cb6a5d01c6f0ad1b04ff3353d02d815

   16 0x58ae96b8eefe9e80f24d3b886932fe3c27aaea810fa189c702f93987c8c97854

   17 0x6f6402c90fa379096d5f436035bebc9d29302126e9b117887abfa7d4b3c5709a

   18 0x1dbdf2b9ec09a8defeb485cc16ea98d0d45c5b9877ff16bd04c0110d2f64961

   19 0x53c51706af523ab5b32291de6c6b1ee7c5cbd0a5b317218f917b12ff38421452

   20 0x1b1051c7aec7d37a349208e3950b679d14e39f979db4fcd7b50d7d27dc918650

   21 0x1547e8d36262d5434cfb029cdd29385353124c3c35b1423c6cca1f87910b305b

   22 0x198efe984efc817835e28f704d41e4583a1e2398f7ce14045c4575d0445c6ce7

   23 0x492276dfe9588ee5cd9f553d990f377935d721822ecd0333ce2eb1d4324d539c

   24 0x77bad5319bacd5ed99e1905ce2ae89294efa7ee1f74314e4095c618a4e580c9b

   25 0x2cb3d532b8eac41c61b683f7b02feb9c2761f8b4286a54c3c4b60dd8081a312e

   26 0x37d189ea60443e2fee9b7ba8a34ed79ff3883dcefc06592836d2a9dd2ee3656e




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   27 0x79a80f9a0e6b8ded17a3d6ccf71eb565e3704c3543b77d70bca854345e880aba

   28 0x47718530ef8e8c75f069acb2d9925c5537908e220b28c8a2859b856f46d5f8db

   29 0x7dc518f82b55a36b4fa084b05bf21e3efce481d278a9f5c6a49701e56dac01ec

   30 0x340a318dad4b8d348a0838659672792a0f00b7105881e6080a340f708a9c7f94

   31 0x55f04d9d8891636d4e9c808a1fa95ad0dae7a8492257b20448023aad3203278e

   32 0x39dc465d58259f9f70bb430d27e2f0ab384a550e1259655443e14bdecba85530

   33 0x757385464cff265379a1adfadfd6f6a03fa8a2278761d4889ab097eff4d1ac28

   34 0x4d575654dbe39778857f4e688cc657416ce524d54864ebe8995ba766efa7ca2b

   35 0x47adb6aecc1949f2dc9f01206cc23eb4a0c29585d475dd24dc463c5087809298

   36 0x30d39e8b0c451a8fcf3d2abab4b86ffa374265abbe77c5903db4c1be8cec7672

   37 0x28cf47b39112297f0daeaa621f8e777875adc26f35dec0ba475c2ee148562b41

   38 0x36199723cc59867e2e309fe9941cd33722c807bb2d0a06eeb41de93f1b93f2f5

   39 0x5cdeb1f2ee1c7d694bdd884cb1c5c22de206684e1cafb8d3adb9a33cb85e19a2

   40 0xf6e6b3fc54c2d25871011b1499bb0ef015c6d0da802ae7eccf1d8c3fb73856c

   41 0xc1422c98b672414344a9c05492b926f473f05033b9f85b8788b4bb9a080053c

   42 0x19a8527de35d4faacb00184e0423962247319703a815eecf355f143c2c18f17f

   43 0x7812dc3313e6cf093da4617f06062e8e8969d648dfe6b5c331bccd58eb428383

   44 0x61e537180c84c79e1fd2d4f9d386e1c4f0442247605b8d8904d122ee7ef9f7be

   45 0x544d8621d05540576cfc9b58a3dab19145332b88eb0b86f4c15567c37205adf9

   46 0x11be3ef96e6e07556356b51e2479436d9966b7b083892b390caec22a117aa48e

   47 0x205cda31289cf75ab0759c14c43cb30f7287969ea3dc0d5286a3853a4d403187

   48 0x48d8fc6934f4f0a99f0f2cc59010389e2a0b20d6909bfcf8d7d0249f360acdc

   49 0x42cecc6d9bdca6d382e97fcea46a79c3eda2853091a8f399a2252115bf9a1454

   50 0x117d41b24f2f69cb3270b359c181607931f62c56d070bbd14dc9e3f9ab1432e




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   51 0x7c51564c66f68e2ad4ce6ea0d68f920fafa375376709c606c88a0ed44207aa1e

   52 0x48f25191fc8ac7d9f21adf6df23b76ccbca9cb02b815acdbebfa3f4eddc71b34

   53 0x4fc21a62c4688de70e28ad3d5956633fc9833bc7be09dc7bc500b7fae1e1c9a8

   54 0x1f23f25be0912173c3ef98e1c9990205a69d0bf2303d201d27a5499247f06789

   55 0x3131495618a0ac4cb11a702f3f8bab66c4fa1066d0a741af3c92d5c246edd579

   56 0xd93fe40faa53913638e497328a1b47603cb062c7afc9e96278603f29fd11fd4

   57 0x6b348bc59e984c91d696d1e3c3cfae44021f06f74798c787c355437fb696093d

   58 0x65af00e73043edcb479620c8b48098b89809d577a4071c8e33e8678829138b8a

   59 0x5e62ffb032b2ddb06591f86a46a18effd5d6ecf3f129bb2bacfd51a3739a98b6

   60 0x62c974ef3593fc86f7d78883b8727a2f7359a282cbc0196948e7a793e60ce1a1

   61 0x204d708e3f500aad64283f753e7d9bab976aa42a4ca1ce5e9d2264639e8b1110

   62 0xa90f0059da81a012e9d0a756809fab2ce61cb45965d4d1513a06227783ee4ea

   63 0x39fa55971c9e833f61139c39e243d40869fd7e8a1417ee4e7719dd2dd242766f

   64 0x22677c1e659caa324f0c74a013921facf62d0d78f273563145cc1ddccfcc4421

   65 0x3468cf6df7e93f7ff1fe1dd7e180a89dec3ed4f72843b4ea8a8d780011a245b2

   66 0x68f75a0e2210f52a90704ed5f511918d1f6bcfcd26b462cc4975252369db6e9d

   67 0x6220c0699696e9bcab0fe3a80d437519bd2bdf3caef665e106b2dd47585ddd9f

   68 0x553ad47b129fb347992b576479b0a89f8d71f1196f83e5eaab5f533a1dd6f6d7

   69 0x239aef387e116ec8730fa15af053485ca707650d9f8917a75f22acf6213197df

H.2.3.  Coefficients of w'(x)

   0  0x6bd7f1fc5dd51b7d832848c180f019bcbdb101d4b3435230a79cc4f95c35e15e

   1  0x17413bb3ee505184a504e14419b8d7c8517a0d268f65b0d7f5b0ba68d6166dd0

   2  0x47f4471beed06e5e2b6d5569c20e30346bdba2921d9676603c58e55431572f90

   3  0x2af7eaafd04f6910a5b01cdb0c27dca09487f1cd1116b38db34563e7b0b414eb




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   4  0x57f0a593459732eef11d2e2f7085bf9adf534879ba56f7afd17c4a40d3d3477b

   5  0x4da04e912f145c8d1e5957e0a9e44cca83e74345b38583b70840bdfdbd0288ed

   6  0x7cc9c3a51a3767d9d37c6652c349adc09bfe477d99f249a2a7bc803c1c5f39ed

   7  0x425d7e58b8adf87eebf445b424ba308ee7880228921651995a7eab548180ad49

   8  0x48156db5c99248234c09f43fedf509005943d3d5f5d7422621617467b06d314f

   9  0xd837dbbd1af32d04e2699cb026399c1928472aa1a7f0a1d3afd24bc9923456a

   10 0x5b8806e0f924e67c1f207464a9d025758c078b43ddc0ea9afe9993641e5650be

   11 0x29c91284e5d14939a6c9bc848908bd9df1f8346c259bbd40f3ed65182f3a2f39

   12 0x25550b0f3bceef18a6bf4a46c45bf1b92f22a76d456bfdf19d07398c80b0f946

   13 0x495d289b1db16229d7d4630cb65d52500256547401f121a9b09fb8e82cf01953

   14 0x718c8c610ea7048a370eabfd9888c633ee31dd70f8bcc58361962bb08619963e

   15 0x55d8a5ceef588ab52a07fa6047d6045550a5c52c91cc8b6b82eeb033c8ca557d

   16 0x620b5a4974cc3395f96b2a0fa9e6454202ef2c00d82b0e6c534b3b1d20f9a572

   17 0x4991b763929b00241a1a9a68e00e90c5df087f90b3352c0f4d8094a51429524e

   18 0x18b6b49c5650fb82e36e25fd4eb6decfdd40b46c37425e6597c7444a1b6afb4e

   19 0x6868305b4f40654460aad63af3cb9151ab67c775eaac5e5df90d3aea58dee141

   20 0x16bc90219a36063a22889db810730a8b719c267d538cd28fa7c0d04f124c8580

   21 0x3628f9cf1fbe3eb559854e3b1c06a4cd6a26906b4e2d2e70616a493bba2dc574

   22 0x64abcc6759f1ce1ab57d41e17c2633f717064e35a7233a6682f8cf8e9538afec

   23 0x1

Author's Address

   Rene Struik
   Struik Security Consultancy

   Email: rstruik.ext@gmail.com





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