Block Ciphers by Robshaw M. J.

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The e ect of this change on the success of di erential cryptanalysis is, in general, minimal. In fact, Biham and Shamir [17] often use this assumption in the analysis of the e ectiveness of their attacks. They claim that experimental results using the genuine DES key scheduling di er only slightly from those obtained assuming independent subkeys. Thus, even with a 768-bit key (16 48-bit subkeys, one for each round) DES would be little more secure against the basic di erential cryptanalytic attack than it is now with a 56-bit key.

Araki, and M. Matsui. Linear cryptanalysis of FEAL-8 (experimentation report). Technical Report ISEC 94-6 (199405), IEICE, 1994. [6] H. Beker and F. Piper. Cipher Systems. Van Nostrand, London, 1982. [7] I. Ben-Aroya and E. Biham. Di erential cryptanalysis of Lucifer. R. Stinson, editor, Advances in Cryptology | Crypto '93, volume 773 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 187{199, New York, 1994. Springer-Verlag. [8] E. Biham. New types of cryptanalytic attacks using related keys. In T. Helleseth, editor, Advances in Cryptology | Eurocrypt'93, volume 765 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 398{409, Berlin, 1994.

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