On the passive compromise of TLS keys and other cryptanalytic adventures, by Nadia Heninger
Hard problems for isogeny-based cryptography, by Benjamin Wesolowski
Efficient key recovery attacks on SIDH, by Wouter Castryck
Benjamin Wesolowski is a CNRS researcher at the Institut de Mathématiques de Bordeaux (IMB, France). His research focuses on cryptologic algorithms related to number theory and algebraic geometry. He has contributed to the design or cryptanalysis of schemes based on isogenies, lattices, and discrete logarithms in finite fields.