Implementing Lightweight Block Ciphers on x86 Architectures

@inproceedings{Benadjila2013ImplementingLB,
  title={Implementing Lightweight Block Ciphers on x86 Architectures},
  author={Ryad Benadjila and Jian Guo and Victor Lomn{\'e} and Thomas Peyrin},
  booktitle={IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive},
  year={2013}
}
Lightweight block ciphers are designed so as to fit into very constrained environments, but usually not really with software performance in mind. For classical lightweight applications where many constrained devices communicate with a server, it is also crucial that the cipher has good software performance on the server side. Recent work has shown that bitslice implementations applied to Piccolo and PRESENT led to very good software speeds, thus making lightweight ciphers interesting for cloud… CONTINUE READING

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