By Serge Vaudenay
A Classical advent to Cryptography: Applications for Communications safeguard introduces basics of data and verbal exchange safeguard via supplying applicable mathematical suggestions to turn out or holiday the safety of cryptographic schemes.
This advanced-level textbook covers traditional cryptographic primitives and cryptanalysis of those primitives; simple algebra and quantity idea for cryptologists; public key cryptography and cryptanalysis of those schemes; and different cryptographic protocols, e.g. mystery sharing, zero-knowledge proofs and indisputable signature schemes.
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26. One round of CS-CIPHER. where AND is the bitwise logical AND and 55 is an hexadecimal constant which is 01010101 in binary. We notice that ϕ is linear, and actually an involution since ϕ(ϕ(x)) = (ROTL(ϕ(x)) AND 55) ⊕ ϕ(x) = x. Thus ϕ is a linear permutation. The permutation P is deﬁned in order to be a nonlinear involution: P(P(x)) = x. We can then ﬁnally deﬁne M. Fig. 27 represents M with the XOR with subkey bytes at the input. It is easy to see that Fig. 28 represents the inverse transform where ϕ is deﬁned by ϕ (x) = (ROTL(x) AND aa) ⊕ x.
2 Lai–Massey Scheme A famous block cipher which is not based on the Feistel scheme is the IDEA cipher. IDEA stands for International Data Encryption Algorithm. It follows two previous versions called PES (Proposed Encryption Standard) and IPES (Improved Proposed Encryption Standard). It was developed during the PhD studies of Xuejia Lai under the supervision of James Massey at the ETH Z¨urich. IDEA was published in Lai’s thesis (Ref. ) in 1992. 5 Like DES, IDEA is a block cipher for 64-bit blocks.
If we have perfect secrecy, we have H (Y |X ) = H (X |Y ) + H (Y ) − H (X ) = H (Y ). Thus we have H (K ) ≥ H (Y ). Hence we obtain H (K ) ≥ H (X ). 4. If X is an m-bit string and if we want to achieve perfect secrecy for any distribution of X , then the key must at least be represented with m bits. Proof. If we want to achieve perfect secrecy for any a priori distribution of X , we need to have H (K ) ≥ H (X ) for any distribution of X of m-bit strings. For the uniform distribution we obtain H (K ) ≥ m.
A classical introduction to modern cryptography by Serge Vaudenay