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Articles by Y. Talwar
Total Records ( 2 ) for Y. Talwar
  Y. Talwar , C.E.Veni Madhavan and Navin Rajpal
  Rijndael-The AES[1-3] is 128-bit block cipher based on an elegant algebraic structure over F28. This cipher employs a simple approach to its substitution, permutation (SP) operations. We take a close look at its internals; the byte substitution transformation function is the only non-linear function in Rijndael - The AES. This transformation comprises of two steps operating on each byte. Here we are trying to remodel this to one step operation using indicator vector matrix representation. This representation is further extended to mathematically represent one complete encryption or decryption round of Rijndael the using indicator vector matrix representation that can be explored for better crypto-analysis[4,5] of the cipher.
  Y. Talwar , C.E. Veni Madhavan and Navin Rajpal
  Rijndael-The AES is 128-bit block cipher based on an elegant algebraic structure over F28. This cipher employs a simple approach to its substitution, permutation (SP) operations. We take a close look on the Key Expansion Mechanism of Rijndael - The AES. This study highlights on the presence of the cascading effect in its key expansion mechanism. Thus, lowering the brute-force key guess attack by a factor of 231. Hence, for the key size of 128 bits the key diversity is 297 instead of 2128.
 
 
 
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