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- The Advanced Encryption Standard
- Intel(R) Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) New Instructions
- Introduction and Administration Information About the Course
- Block Ciphers
- Practical Attacks on the Round-Reduced PRINCE
- Comparison of Symmetric Key Algorithms for Iot Devices
- Short Non-Malleable Codes Fromrelated-Key Secure Block Ciphers
- Software Implementations and Applications of Elliptic Curve Cryptography
- NIST's Round 1 Report on The
- New Automatic Search Tool for Impossible Differentials and Zero
- Cryptanalysis of a Provably Secure CRT-RSA Algorithm
- A Three-Dimensional Block Cipher
- Fourier Analysis
- Attacking 44 Rounds of the SHACAL-2 Block Cipher Using Related-Key Rectangle Cryptanalysis
- Kobe University Repository : Thesis
- A Simple Power Analysis Attack on the Twofish Key Schedule
- AES Candidate C
- Twofish: a 128-Bit Block Cipher
- Links Among Impossible Differential, Integral and Zero Correlation Linear
- Cryptanalysis of the RSA Subgroup Assumption from TCC 2005
- Cryptanalysis of Modular Exponentiation Outsourcing Protocols Charles Bouillaguet, Florette Martinez, Damien Vergnaud
- Integral Cryptanalysis of Round-Reduced Prince Cipher
- Computation of Approximate L-Th Roots Modulo N and Application to Cryptography
- Chapter 7 the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)
- Code and Ciphers: Julius Caesar, the Enigma and the Internet
- The Mathematics of Secrets: Cryptography from Caesar Ciphers
- Lecture Notes on Cryptography, by Bellare and Goldwasser
- Rijndael Algorithm (Advanced Encryption Standard) AES
- Key-Schedule Cryptanalysis of DEAL
- Modification on the Algorithm of RSA Cryptography System
- On the Twofish Key Schedule
- A Simple Related-Key Attack on the Full SHACAL-1
- Stream Ciphers
- Cryptanalysis of Block Ciphers: a Survey
- Cryptanalysis of RSA Using Algebraic and Lattic
- Attacking 44 Rounds of the SHACAL-2 Block Cipher Using Related-Key Rectangle Cryptanalysis∗
- How =1=Not to Use a Blockcipher