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Note that this strict separation of the properties is also reﬂected in the types of forgery they relate to, so therefore it is important to consider both properties in a security analysis. A special case of this attack was ﬁrst described by Vaudenay  as a domain parameter attack on DSA, where the zero is found by choosing q for m such that H(m) ≡ 0 (mod q). 28 II. ON THE PROVABLE SECURITY OF ECDSA First-Preimage Resistant (One-Way) Hash : An inverter of a hash function is a probabilistic algorithm that, if given a random hash value e, ﬁnds a message m such that H(m) = e.
Non-Pseuodrandom k : No result has shown that k needs to be indistinguishable from a uniform random integer in [1, q − 1]. Indeed, since ECDSA is not meant to provide conﬁdentiality, the need for indistinguishability is not clear. Intuitively, a weaker condition than pseudo-randomness ought to be suﬃcient for ECDSA. Certainly, the private keys must be unguessable and arithmetically unbiased, because of known attacks, but these are weaker conditions than pseudo-randomness. To see why pseudo-randomness might not be necessary for k, consider the following.
5 (Selective Forger). Let U be a probabilistic algorithm, with no input except randomness, and output of a message. A selective forger is a forger F with the following diﬀerences. The input of a public key also includes a message. The selective forgery game for a selective forger F of signature scheme (K, G, V ), with message selection oracle U , is the forgery game with the following diﬀerences. In Round 0, U is called to generate a message m0 , which is given as input to F . The forger wins the game in Round i, only if m0 = mi+1 is satisﬁed.