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Is this EAX extension weakening the (provable) security of EAX?
I would like to insert a key deriving function into EAX mode, in order to hamper brute-force attacks for a key-size restricted cipher (56 bits). The modification inserts an identical multi-block ...
Oct 15 '13 at 13:24
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