## Pin Tumbler Lock: A shift based encryption mechanism for racetrack memory

- Hongbin Zhang, Chao Zhang, Xian Zhang, Guangyu Sun, Jiwu Shu
- 2016 21st Asia and South Pacific Design…
- 2016

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In [3] M. Luby and C. Rackoff have proved that 3-round random Feistel schemes are secure against all adaptative chosen plaintext attacks when the number of queries is m ¿ 2. Moreover, 4-round random Feistel schemes are also secure against all adaptative chosen plaintext and chosen ciphertext attacks when m ¿ 2. It was shown later that these bounds are tight for 3 and 4 rounds (see [9] or [1]). In this paper our main results are that for every ε > 0, when m ¿ 2: – for 4 rounds or more, a random Feistel scheme is secure against known plaintext attacks (KPA). – for 7 rounds or more it is secure against all adaptative chosen plaintext attacks (CPA). – for 10 rounds or more it is secure against all adaptative chosen plaintext and chosen ciphertext attacks (CPCA). These results achieve the optimal value of m, since it is always possible to distinguish a random Feistel cipher from a truly random permutation with O(2) queries, given sufficient computing power. This paper solves an open problem of [1, 9] and [17]. It significantly improves the results of [13] that proves the security against only 2 3n 4 queries for 6 rounds, and the results of [6] in which the 2 security is only obtained when the number of rounds tends to infinity. The proof technique used in this paper is also of independent interest and can be applied to other schemes. An extended version of this paper is available from the author.

@inproceedings{PatarinLubyR,
title={Luby - Rackoff : 7 Rounds are Enough for 2 n ( 1 − ε ) Security},
author={Jacques Patarin}
}