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GCM encryption for 256-bit and 512-bit block ciphers
The Galois/Counter Mode of Operation (GCM) This paper describe using GCM mode with 128-bit and 64-bit block cipher. Can we use this mode for 256-bit and 512-bit block cipher?
Feb 15 at 20:56
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