Yongzhuang Wei

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The Camellia block cipher has a 128-bit block length, a user key of 128, 192 or 256 bits long, and a total of 18 rounds for a 128-bit key and 24 rounds for a 192 or 256-bit key. It is a Japanese CRYPTREC-recommended e-government cipher, an European NESSIE selected cipher and an ISO international standard. In this paper, we describe a flaw in the approach(More)
The AES block cipher has a 128-bit block length and a user key of 128, 192 or 256 bits, released by NIST for data encryption in the USA; it became an ISO international standard in 2005. In 2008, Demirci and Selçuk gave a meet-in-the-middle attack on 7-round AES under 192 key bits. In 2009, Demirci et al. (incorrectly) described a new meet-in-the-middle(More)
The Camellia block cipher has a 128-bit block length and a user key of 128, 192 or 256 bits long, which employs a total of 18 rounds for a 128-bit key and 24 rounds for a 192 or 256-bit key. It is a Japanese CRYPTREC-recommended e-government cipher, a European NESSIE selected cipher, and an ISO international standard. In this paper, we describe a few 5 and(More)
Related-key and chosen IV attacks are well known cryptanalytic tools in crypt-analysis of stream ciphers. Though the related-key model is considered to be much more unrealistic scenario than the chosen IV model we show that under certain circumstances the attack assumptions may become equivalent. We show that the key differentiation method induces a generic(More)