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Information-theoretic Secure

Overview#

Information-theoretic Secure implies a cryptographic Primitive cannot be compromised even when the adversary has unlimited computing power.

Information-theoretic Secure systems makes no assumptions about the implementation and are still subject to Side-channel attacks.

If a system is NOT Information-theoretic Secure the system may be consider it to use the Computational Hardness Assumption

One-Time Pad (OTP) is considered Information-theoretic Secure

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