# function of crypt called “ICE” [closed]

Using exeinfo, I have identified a function of crypt called ICE.

What is it? How can I find out the workings of the function?

Some idea's I had for doing this were:

• Perhaps there is a reference
• Could one reverse engineer it?
• If I have examples of (plaintext-ciphertext) pairs, could I construct an equivalent function without knowing the key?
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## closed as unclear what you're asking by Gilles, DrLecter, e-sushi, AFS, archieJan 6 at 3:23

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Have you, eehm, tried to google for ICE? –  orlp Jan 3 at 9:27
Yes. I have a look and says that is equal to DES, in is structure. –  user36384 Jan 3 at 9:30
Then what is your question? The source code is freely available. –  orlp Jan 3 at 9:36
@user36384: I have edited the question to reflect what I think you're asking. If not, please could you edit it further to reflect what you're asking. –  figlesquidge Jan 3 at 12:49