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I'll write down the definitions for tweakable block ciphers and ideal block ciphers, and hopefully the distinction becomes more clear. A tweakable block cipher is a function $E:\mathsf{K}\times\mathsf{T}\times\mathsf{X}\to\mathsf{X}$, where $\mathsf{K}$ is the set of keys, $\mathsf{T}$ the set of tweaks, and $\mathsf{X}$ the inputs. In particular, it should ...



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