

Block size (cryptography)
Block size (cryptography) In modern cryptography, symmetric key ciphers are generally divided into stream ciphers and block ciphers. Block ciphers operate on a ...
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Block size
Block size Block size can refer to: Block size (cryptography) Block size (data storage ...
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Cut block (cryptography) (translated from French)
Cut block (cryptography) In cryptology modern, symmetrical cryptography is divided into two categories: coding per block and it coding by flood. Codings per block work on blocks of bits of ...
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Block size (data storage and transmission)
Block size (data storage and transmission) In computing (specifically data transmission and data storage), block size indicates a nominal size, usually expressed in bytes or bits, ...
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Cryptography
Cryptography The German Lorenz cipher machine Cryptography or cryptology is a field of mathematics ... security and related issues, particularly encryption. Technically, "cryptography" refers to the techniques and "cryptology" refers ... study of them; despite this, the term "cryptography" is often used to refer to the field. Cryptography is an interdisciplinary subject, drawing from ...
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Block cipher
Block cipher Encryption Decryption In cryptography, a block cipher or pseudorandom function (PRF) is a ... with an unvarying transformation. When encrypting, a block cipher might take a (for example) 128bit block of plaintext as input, and output ...
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Lucifer (cryptography) (translated from French)
Lucifer (cryptography) For subjects and articles sharing the same ... Coding basé(s) on this algorithm Characteristics Size of the block 32, 48, 128 bits Length of the ... is a family ofalgorithms of coding per block developed by Feistel Horst and his/her ... 3,798,359; June 1971 ), use a block of 48 bits . Coding is done ...
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Filling (cryptography) (translated from French)
Filling (cryptography) This article is one ébauche to be ... share your knowledge by modifying it. In cryptography , it filling (padding) consists in making so that the size of the data is compatible with the ... algorithms use partionnement in blocks of fixed size. If the size of the data is not a ...
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Padding (cryptography)
Padding (cryptography) In cryptography, padding refers to a number of distinct practices. Public key cryptography In public key cryptography, padding is the process of preparing a ... the hard problem underlying the primitive. Symmetric cryptography Hash functions All modern cryptographic hash ...
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Topics in cryptography
Topics in cryptography Cryptography Portal This article is intended to be ... collection of annotated pointers. See List of cryptography topics for an alphabetical listing of cryptography articles. Classical ciphers Autokey cipher Permutation cipher ... US Federal government; many FIPS Pubs are cryptography related, ongoing) the ANSI standardization process ( ...
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