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From: Adi Shamir <shamir[at]wisdom.weizmann.ac.il> Date: Wed, 5 May 1999 09:57:33 +0300 To: jya[at]pipeline.com Subject: Re: TWINKLE Hi, The early version of the paper was quietly circulated to a small number of factoring experts and colleagues to get their comments. I'll probably write an expanded version soon, but in the meantime I am enclosing in the next email the current version, which is now in the public domain and can be circulated freely. Best personal wishes, Adi. ----- The 12-page paper: http://cryptome.org/twinkle.eps (370K) Zipped: http://cryptome.org/twinkle.zip (79K) Note: We had to remove four lines of erroneous code at the end of the paper to get it to open in GhostView. Any problems with it please let us know: jy[at]jya.com
From: Steve Bellovin <smb[at]research.att.com> To: cryptography[at]c2.net Subject: Shamir's factoring machine Date: Wed, 05 May 1999 12:22:03 -0400 Shamir's paper describing his design for a factoring machine is now available (with permission) at http://www.research.att.com/~smb/twinkle.ps I'll leave it there for a few weeks.