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How does the index of coincidence work in the Kasiki test?
I'm starting to learn about cryptanalysis and I am having a bit of difficulty understanding the Kasiski test's index of coincidence. I have a book (Cryptography Theory And Practice by Douglas Stinson) ...
Aug 5 '11 at 17:21
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