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Impact of distinguishing between random text and cipher text?
In theory, distinguishing cipher text from random text is considered insecure for any PRP algorithm. Say for example - due to Patarin's proof with about six rounds of Feistel Network - the attacker ...
Jan 23 at 2:27
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