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XTS is designed so that the plaintext and ciphertext sizes are the same. This is "needed" for disk encryption in order to preserve the sector size. However, when you are encrypting your disk at the file level, this is a completely irrelevant issue. Also, XTS is not "ideal" in the sense that it's not truly a wide block cipher (defined as a pseudorandom ...



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