Deniable encryption is a type of cryptography that allows an encrypted text to be decrypted in two or more ways, depending on which decryption key is used.

learn more… | top users | synonyms

3
votes
1answer
41 views

Is LUKS Anti-Forensic information splitter (AFsplit) indistinguishable from random data?

I want to know if AFsplit(random_data_input, stripes, digestmod=sha) output is indistinguishable from random data. The purpose ...
0
votes
1answer
64 views

Ciphers providing Deniable encryption?

I stumbled on the concept of Deniable encryption on Wikipedia, with the following scenario: Deniable encryption allows the sender of an encrypted message to deny sending that message. This ...
2
votes
0answers
170 views

Security of stream cipher based on Matrix multiplication GF(256) with randomized padding

The actual question is stated at the end of the text. Suppose you have a (grossly inefficient) confidentiality stream cipher with the following components: The keyed function ...