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asked Side channel vulnerabilities in SW RSA implementations?
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accepted Can 64-bit “PRINCEcore” practically be brute forced?
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comment Can 64-bit “PRINCEcore” practically be brute forced?
@e-sushi, thank you for the comment. Now I am getting familiar with the terminology here ;). Yes, I came across those references and there is one more here. I have not seen any attacks on PRINCEcore that is significantly faster than brute force. What is the effort required to do a brute force attack on PRINCEcore? I have seen people using rainbow tables to break DES(56-bit key) pretty fast.
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comment Can 64-bit “PRINCEcore” practically be brute forced?
@CodesInChaos, Thank you for the comments. Is there any related references that I can take a look?
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comment Can 64-bit “PRINCEcore” practically be brute forced?
@e-sushi, I am sorry. Could you elaborate a little bit? I am not trying to make a trivial case. I am just curious if that is still secure.
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asked Can 64-bit “PRINCEcore” practically be brute forced?