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comment How can I add more rounds to AES?
The reason I asked this question is to clarify exactly how he had that in mind. Simply add more rounds and use the same key expansion algorithm, using more round constants?
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accepted AES key expansion vs. a hash
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asked AES key expansion vs. a hash
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comment Hashing or encrypting twice to increase security?
How exactly did he propose extending the key expansion to fit the new quantity of rounds?
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asked How can I add more rounds to AES?
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comment AES encrypting multiple files
Ahh. I was under the impression he was generating some sort of archive to pack them all together.
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answered AES encrypting multiple files
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comment Implementing AES in C++: 4x4 Array of unint8_t, or 4x1 array of uint32_t?
Thanks for the links and input! I considered that it might be more fitted for stack overflow, but I figured it was a fairly general issue specifically relating to AES, like this style choice could apply in any language anywhere.
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asked Implementing AES in C++: 4x4 Array of unint8_t, or 4x1 array of uint32_t?
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answered Simply put, what does perfect secrecy means?
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answered decrypt AES without whole key
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answered How easily could this be cracked?