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A simple block cipher based on the SHA-256 hash function [duplicate]
I've come up with this little routine for doing encryption using the SHA-2 (in this case SHA-256) hash function. As such it is a block cipher with a 256 bit (32 byte) block size and an arbitrary key ...
Jan 20 '12 at 11:04
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