Cryptographic functions which transform plaintext into ciphertext or the other way around.

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XOR cipher Pseudo-random key strength

When implementing a XOR cipher with a pseudo-random key equal in length to the plaintext, Is there a significant difference in potential key strength between keys drawn from a pool of either 1000 or ...
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What is the most paranoid way to exchange messages? [closed]

I'm looking for a way for Alice to send a message or a file to Bob in the most paranoid way possible (over the internet). It can be asymmetric or symmetric. But According to some articles, AES ...
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How to bring little changes in DES algorithm

I thought of implementing DES modes of operation as a project...But my guide asked to change or to modify the DES algorithm in such a way to overcome drawbacks of DES...So is there any way to do ...
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Hash Based Encryption (fast & simple), how well would this compare to AES? [duplicate]

First of all, I know it's a very bad idea to invent your own encryption algorithm. It's better to use existing known, trusted, extensively tested and studied algorithms with a proven track record. The ...
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Substitution Cipher Help [closed]

I have the following ciphertext: w jaoot zhoipqjwp ql wee lro oawxaop I know it is a substitution cipher but using my frequency analysis skills does not help me to find the plaintext. I think the ...