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AES

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Knudsen, Gregor Leander, Christof Paar, Axel Poschmann, Matthew JB Robshaw, Yannick Seurin, and Charlotte Vikkelsoe, "PRESENT: An ultra-lightweight block cipher," in Proc.
Salameh ,A New Technique for Sub-Key Generation in Block Ciphers, World Applied Sciences Journal 19.
KLEIN with Spongent Hash Function: KLEIN block cipher combines a 4-bit Sbox with Rijndael's byte-oriented MixColumn.
In cyptography, block cipher algorithms are used to encrypt a message or block of plaintext with a fixed-length [1].
Bit permutation instructions will increase the strength of a block cipher.
A block cipher like AES operates on 128 bit blocks.
Although Whirlpool adopts the Miyaguchi-Preneel mode built from an AES-like block cipher, it is more difficult to do DFA attack on Whirlpool than the available block ciphers [24-28].
Simon block cipher requires a unique key for each round.
If you do not want to deal with questions like key sizes, salt lengths, block cipher modes, initialization vectors or iteration count then CrococryptLib is exactly what you need for your software project.
Tokyo, Jan 26, 2012 - (JCN Newswire) - Sony Corporation has been working to standardize 'CLEFIA,' the block cipher algorithm it developed and presented as a state-of-the-art cryptography technique in 2007, and announced today that after final ISO/IEC(1) approval, 'CLEFIA' was adopted as one of the ISO/IEC 29192(20 International Standards in lightweight cryptography.
Recommendation for Block Cipher Modes of Operation, National Institute of Standards and Technology--NIST Special Publication 800-38A, 2001 Edition, Available from: http://csrc.
Lian S, Sun J,Wang Z, "A block cipher based on a suitable use of the chaotic standard map," Chaos, Solitons &Fractals, 26, 1, pp.