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Could the Enigma algorithm be classified as a Feistel network?
The Enigma algorithm is a encryption method that was developed (I believe) by the Germans in WWII. It went a little something like this: When a letter was typed on the keyboard of the Enigma ...
Oct 2 '12 at 13:48
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