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A Tutorial on Linear and Differential Cryptanalysis
Abstract: In this paper, we present a detailed tutorial on linear cryptanalysis and
differential cryptanalysis, the two most significant attacks applicable to symmetric-key
block ciphers. The intent of the paper is to present a lucid explanation of the attacks,
detailing the practical application of the attacks to a cipher in a simple, conceptually
revealing manner for the novice cryptanalyst. The tutorial is based on the analysis of a
simple, yet realistically structured, basic Substitution-Permutation Network cipher.
Understanding the attacks as they apply to this structure is useful, as the Rijndael cipher,
recently selected for the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), has been derived from
the basic SPN architecture. As well, experimental data from the attacks is presented as
confirmation of the applicability of the concepts as outlined.
kryptographie  kryptoanalyse 
december 2014 by grenzreiter
How can you tell if a cipher is secure?
I was asked that question during an interview a while ago. Back then it troubled me because it seemed so basic and yet and I had no idea how to answer it. I became vivid and didn't know what to say and later I didn't get the job. I thought it would be interesting to write down how I would answer this question now.
kryptographie 
december 2014 by grenzreiter
offline decentralized single sign-on in the browser
Recently, browsers have just begun to implement web cryptography. This means that browsers are now capable of the same kind of passwordless decentralized…
browser  javascript  appcache  atoms  dev  digg  encryption  kryptographie 
november 2014 by evilkarlothian
The Secret Life of Passwords - NYTimes.com
The Secret Life of Passwords
We despise them – yet we imbue them with our hopes and dreams, our dearest memories, our deepest meanings. They unlock much more than our accounts.
kryptographie 
november 2014 by grenzreiter
The Cost of Cryptography - Issue 7: Waste - Nautilus
The VENONA project represents one of the most successful counter-intelligence attacks of the Cold War. It revolved around an encryption system, called the “one-time pad scheme,” that was completely unbreakable, but required generating a new, random encryption key for every message. This was hugely inconvenient, and prone to human error. And error is exactly what happened. Someone on the Soviet side (it is still not known who) began to reuse keys, allowing the decryption of about 3,000 top-secret messages by the west.
kryptographie  geld 
november 2014 by grenzreiter
Keybase.io | H I E R
Keine Ahnung, was Keybase.io am Ende taugt, aber der Text erklärt recht griffig, warum das mit der Kryptographie so eine schwierige Sache ist. Das meiste davon verstehen auch Nicht-Nerds.
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april 2014 by sixumbrellas

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