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W [Discuss*] [Review] 1. On Obfuscating Point Functions 03/07 00:29[RE]
W [Discuss*] [Revise] 5. A sufficient condition for key-privacy 03/07 00:29[DI](4)
W [Discuss ] [Revise] 16. Narrow T-functions 03/07 00:29[MA]
W [Discuss*] [Revise] 27. Tag-KEM/DEM: A New Framework for Hybrid Encryption 03/07 00:29[AC](4.8)
W [Discuss*] [Review] 31. The Vector Decomposition Problem for Elliptic and Hyperelliptic Curves 03/07 00:29[AC]
W [Discuss*] [Review] 33. A Flexible Framework for Secret Handshakes 03/07 00:29[RE]
W [Discuss*] [Review] 35. Concurrent Composition of Secure Protocols in the Timing Model 03/07 00:29[RE]
W [Discuss*] [Review] 54. Key Derivation and Randomness Extraction 03/07 00:29[MR]

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