EC Signature Generate & Verification


Elliptic Curve Generate Keys

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Public Key Private Key
Plain Text Message Message Output Signature
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The EC Sign Verify

Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm or ECDSA is a cryptographic algorithm used by Bitcoin to ensure that funds can only be spent by their rightful owners.

This tool is capable of generating key the the curve

"c2pnb272w1", "c2tnb359v1", "prime256v1", "c2pnb304w1", "c2pnb368w1", "c2tnb431r1",
  "sect283r1", "sect283k1", "secp256r1", "sect571r1", "sect571k1", "sect409r1", "sect409k1",
  "secp521r1", "secp384r1", "P-521", "P-256", "P-384", "B-409", "B-283", "B-571", "K-409", "K-283",
  "K-571", "brainpoolp512r1", "brainpoolp384t1", "brainpoolp256r1", "brainpoolp512t1", "brainpoolp256t1",
  "brainpoolp320r1", "brainpoolp384r1", "brainpoolp320t1", "FRP256v1", "sm2p256v1"

secp256k1 refers to the parameters of the elliptic curve used in Bitcoin’s public-key cryptography, and is defined in Standards for Efficient Cryptography (SEC)

A few concepts related to ECDSA:

  • private key: A secret number, known only to the person that generated it. A private key is essentially a randomly generated number. In Bitcoin, a private key is a single unsigned 256 bit integer (32 bytes).
  • public key: A number that corresponds to a private key, but does not need to be kept secret. A public key can be calculated from a private key, but not vice versa. A public key can be used to determine if a signature is genuine (in other words, produced with the proper key) without requiring the private key to be divulged.
  • signature: A number that proves that a signing operation took place.

Openssl Generating EC Keys and Parameters

$ openssl ecparam -list_curves
secp256k1 : SECG curve over a 256 bit prime field
secp384r1 : NIST/SECG curve over a 384 bit prime field
secp521r1 : NIST/SECG curve over a 521 bit prime field
prime256v1: X9.62/SECG curve over a 256 bit prime field

An EC parameters file can then be generated for any of the built-in named curves as follows:

$ openssl ecparam -name secp256k1 -out secp256k1.pem
$ cat secp256k1.pem
 -----BEGIN EC PARAMETERS-----
 BgUrgQQACg==
 -----END EC PARAMETERS-----

To generate a private/public key pair from a pre-eixsting parameters file use the following:

$ openssl ecparam -in secp256k1.pem -genkey -noout -out secp256k1-key.pem
$ cat secp256k1-key.pem
 -----BEGIN EC PRIVATE KEY-----
 MHQCAQEEIKRPdj7XMkxO8nehl7iYF9WAnr2Jdvo4OFqceqoBjc8/oAcGBSuBBAAK
 oUQDQgAE7qXaOiK9jgWezLxemv+lxQ/9/Q68pYCox/y1vD1fhvosggCxIkiNOZrD
 kHqms0N+huh92A/vfI5FyDZx0+cHww==
 -----END EC PRIVATE KEY-----

Examine the specific details of the parameters associated with a particular named curve

$ openssl ecparam -in secp256k1.pem -text -param_enc explicit -noout
Field Type: prime-field
 Prime:
 00:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:
 ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:fe:ff:
 ff:fc:2f
 A: 0
 B: 7 (0x7)
 Generator (uncompressed):
 04:79:be:66:7e:f9:dc:bb:ac:55:a0:62:95:ce:87:
 0b:07:02:9b:fc:db:2d:ce:28:d9:59:f2:81:5b:16:
 f8:17:98:48:3a:da:77:26:a3:c4:65:5d:a4:fb:fc:
 0e:11:08:a8:fd:17:b4:48:a6:85:54:19:9c:47:d0:
 8f:fb:10:d4:b8
 Order:
 00:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:
 ff:fe:ba:ae:dc:e6:af:48:a0:3b:bf:d2:5e:8c:d0:
 36:41:41
 Cofactor: 1 (0x1)
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