New Methodology of Block Cipher Analysis Using Chaos Game

@inproceedings{Sulistyo2011NewMO,
  title={New Methodology of Block Cipher Analysis Using Chaos Game},
  author={Budi Sulistyo and Budi Rahardjo and Dimitri Mahayana and Carmadi Machbub},
  year={2011}
}
Block cipher analysis covers randomness analysis and cryptanalysis. This paper proposes a new method potentially used for randomness analysis and cryptanalysis. The method uses true random sequence concept as a reference for measuring randomness level of a random sequence. By using this concept, this paper defines bias which represents violation of a random sequence from true random sequence. In this paper, block cipher is treated as a mapping function of a discrete time dynamical system. The… CONTINUE READING

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