ECC stands for Elliptic Curve Cryptography. Elliptic curves are a mathematical structure which allow to define cryptographic operations on them.

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Is ECDH for SEC P-384 and P-521 broken in Windows 10 / Windows Server 2016 TP3?

UPDATE: Proof of concept code here, console output shown below and all involved certificates are here. Just noticed that ECDiffieHellmanCng.DeriveKeyMaterial(...) behaves differently on Windows 8.1 ...
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How does signing work with Elliptic Curve Crypto?

So I have read up and have a decent understanding of how the crypto works with Elliptic Curve Cryptography. I also think I have an understanding of how signing works with things like Elliptic Curve ...
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Implementation of ECC MQV

I am looking for a free/open source implementation of the ECC MQV algorithm (preferably in Java) or a library that implements it, but Google is failing me. Help please?
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RSA BSAFE Crypto-J JCE provider - “Server Hello” returns unassigned Named Curve

I'm using the RSA BSAFE Crypto-J 6.2 JCE provider in Java as SSL/TLS server (in FIPS 140 Compliant Mode for SunJSSE). when I use any elliptic curve based key exchange mechanism the handshake fails ...
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Alternative to ECC for mobile security

I asked a question a couple of months back, which led me to ECC. The following question is in continuation: Current Setup: I've two devices A and B which need to interact with each other securely ...
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ElGamal for ECC - Not working with Edwards curves (ed25519)

I know the usual way of using encryption/decryption with ECC is DH, however, this only works with two keypairs of exactly the same kind, for example two curve25519- or two p256-keypairs. With ...