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Computer geek; done a lot, learned a lot, willing to share.

In addition to answering questions, I use this site as a knowledge base for documenting problems I've encountered and solved.


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comment Can AES decrypt with a wrong key?
Question 2 might seem trivial so what I really mean to ask is about AES decryption, not about the inverse function notation. But of course, if part 1 is true, part 2 naturally follows (from purely 'inverse of function' considerations). About question 1, you're talking about AES being a function over $\lbrace 0,1 \rbrace^{128}$, while I'm asking whether it's onto $\lbrace 0,1 \rbrace^{128}$... But now that I think about it, it follows from AES being reversible.
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Related question: crypto.stackexchange.com/questions/9669/…
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