Cipher Block Chaining MAC (CBC-MAC) is a method of building a message authentication code from a block-cipher.

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How is wpa2 authentication structured

I would like to understand the cryptography behind Wpa2. As far as I know, there are 4 messages on the 4-way handshake and three of them are values concatenated with hashes. First, I am trying to ...
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Using same key for encryption and ECBC-MAC k2

ECBC-MAC: $E_{k_2}(CBC-MAC_{k_1}(m))$ If we use same key for encryption (CTR or CFB) and k2 (end tag encryption) in ECBC-MAC in encrypt-than-MAC sheme, is it secure?
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CBC MAC and DES combined question?

Suppose that we want to develop a MAC scheme which is as secure as Triple-DES CBC-MAC and at the same time as efficient as Single-DES CBC-MAC. We come up with the following idea: Except the last ...
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NRPAD and FPAD padding schemes (Korean Seed?)

I've got an API spec that specifies NRPAD and FPAD as possible padding schemes. I see these being used together with the Korean SEED algorithm. The SEED specification however is void of any padding ...