BIKE: Bit Flipping Key Encapsulation. BIKE is a code-based key encapsulation mechanism based on QC-MDPC (Quasi-Cyclic Moderate Density Parity-Check) codes submitted to the NIST standardization process on post-quantum cryptography.

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  1. Bartz, Hannes; Holzbaur, Lukas; Liu, Hedongliang; Puchinger, Sven; Renner, Julian; Wachter-Zeh, Antonia: Rank-metric codes and their applications (2022)
  2. Esser, Andre; Bellini, Emanuele: Syndrome decoding estimator (2022)
  3. Nimbe, Peter; Weyori, Benjamin Asubam; Adekoya, Adebayo Felix: A novel classical and quantum cryptographic scheme for data encryption (2022)
  4. Santini, Paolo; Persichetti, Edoardo; Baldi, Marco: Reproducible families of codes and cryptographic applications (2022)
  5. Drăgoi, Vlad-Florin; Szocs, Andreea: Structural properties of self-dual monomial codes with application to code-based cryptography (2021)
  6. Drucker, Nir; Gueron, Shay; Kostic, Dusan: Fast polynomial inversion for post quantum QC-MDPC cryptography (2021)
  7. Khathuria, Karan; Rosenthal, Joachim; Weger, Violetta: Encryption scheme based on expanded Reed-Solomon codes (2021)
  8. Renner, Julian; Puchinger, Sven; Wachter-Zeh, Antonia: LIGA: a cryptosystem based on the hardness of rank-metric list and interleaved decoding (2021)
  9. Bellare, Mihir; Davis, Hannah; Günther, Felix: Separate your domains: NIST PQC KEMs, oracle cloning and read-only indifferentiability (2020)
  10. Drucker, Nir; Gueron, Shay; Kostic, Dusan: On constant-time QC-MDPC decoders with negligible failure rate (2020)
  11. Liu, Jingang; Wang, Yongge; Yi, Zongxinag; Pei, Dingyi: Quantum resistant public key encryption scheme polarRLCE (2019)