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Is a simple stream cipher “partially homomorphic” if no integrity check is applied?
My understanding is that, simply put, a stream cipher is just a CSPRNG such that $R(i,k)$ will produce a deterministic but statistically random sequence, where $i$ is an IV, and $k$ is the session ...
Dec 4 '13 at 14:26
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