Shocking news today, fireworks.
SIKE is a form of isogeny-based cryptography based on the Supersingular Isogeny Diffie-Hellman (SIDH) key exchange protocol. “SIDH/SIKE was one of the first practical isogeny-based cryptographic protocols, and uses auxiliary torsion points.
Thomas Decru and Wouter Castryck detailed their findings on 5 August in the Cryptology ePrint Archive.
archived on catbox, before shoahed or funny business, here (NO DOI or peer review yet, but its the real deal ) :