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Can 64-bit “PRINCEcore” practically be brute forced?
There is a cipher called PRINCE proposed in ASIACRYPT two years ago. See the paper: “PRINCE – A Low-latency Block Cipher for Pervasive Computing Applications” The cipher divides the 128-bit key into ...
May 2 at 13:31
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