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—The Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is one of the most widespread encryption techniques used by millions of users worldwide. Although AES was designed to withstand linear or differential attacks, the security of encrypted messages is not guaranteed. Bit flips occurring during the encryption due to runtime failures or purposely invoked by an attacker are(More)
Trace element and phosphate requirements for the synthesis of vascular-permeability factor (PF) by Vibrio cholerae strains B1307 and VC12 were investigated. While magnesium appeared to be indispensable for strain VC12, small amounts of PF were synthesised by strain B1307 in the presence of iron, zinc and manganese. However, even in the latter strain,(More)
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