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Minimum number of independent trials needed to detect a bias
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I searched the web, and finally (I think) I got: In page 47, 48 of this thesis, it is mentioned that - To detect a bias of $p(1+q)$ (where $p$ is the probability for an Uniform Random event), we ...

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In CBC mode of encryption, what happen if the IV is changed when it arrives at the receiver end?
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For the first block, assuming the noise in the IV is not much, it may be possible to recover part of the plaintext. Say, only one bit of the IV is flipped. In this case, all but one bit (of the first ...

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