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I am planning to develop a more secure version of the RC4 algorithm. Since I´m not an encryption expert... Never roll your own crypto, especially not if you are no expert in that topic. There are so many traps, starting from implementation bugs to side channel attacks. Simply use existing crypto libraries of secure algorithms like AES.

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Does the value of the key array(T) have to be in this range [0-255] if yes could you please specify why? Yes. RC4 operates on bytes. There are 256 possible values for an 8 bit (1 byte) number, that range from 0 to 255. RC4 treats the key as an array of bytes, so every entry in the key array is by definition in the range 0 to 255. Why did they use ...

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It's meaningless nonsense. I would be inclined to avoid spending any money with these people. If you scroll down on this page, you'll find a table labelled key size vs. time to crack, according to which their $2 \times 256$ bit encryption takes $3.31 \times 10^{112}$ years to crack, making it (apparently) superior to ordinary $256$-bit encryption (which can ...

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