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In order to assess the security of cryptosystems based on the discrete logarithm problem in non-prime finite fields, as are the torus-based or pairing-based ones, we investigate thoroughly the case in
with the number field sieve. We provide new insights, improvements, and comparisons between different methods to select polynomials intended for a sieve in dimension 3 using a special-
strategy. We also take into account the Galois action to increase the relation productivity of the sieving phase. To validate our results, we ran several experiments and real computations for various polynomial selection methods and field sizes with our publicly available implementation of the sieve in dimension 3, with special-
and various enumeration strategies.
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