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revised Is AES-256 a post-quantum secure cipher or not?
AES is a cipher not algorithm
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comment Is AES-256 a post-quantum secure cipher or not?
for example we have 10 different type of attacks which each one help brute force a key 10 bit time faster. is there any practical example show we can combine them and bruce force a key 100 bit time faster ?
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comment Is AES-256 a post-quantum secure cipher or not?
so AES is post-quantum then. however i like to know practical attacks can be used in Grover's search to make AES not PQ ? or Grover's search can't be combined with several other attacks ?
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comment Is AES-256 a post-quantum secure cipher or not?
@CodesInChaos the attack claim is practical. as we only use random keys in real life so if some attack don't break random keys then we can't call it an attack.
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asked Is AES-256 a post-quantum secure cipher or not?