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In cryptography, the advanced encryption standard (AES) is an encryption standard issued as FIPS by NIST as a successor to data encryption standard (DES) algorithm. The applications of the AES are wide including any sensitive data that requires cryptographic protection before communication or storage. This paper proposes extending general-purpose processors(More)
— Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) was issued as FIPS by NIST as a successor to data encryption standard (DES) algorithms. The applications of the AES are wide including any sensitive data requires cryptographic protection before communication or storage. Thus, many students are interested in learning how the AES is working. One of the inherent(More)
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