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How does the IV or initial counter increase internally for each block in AES CTR mode?
I am working on Intel AES-NI library and since the AES function is coded using low-level assembly instructions. I could not see how the IV or initial counter increases in CTR mode. In general, how ...
Oct 29 '13 at 21:43
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