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Next Counter Function Block Cipher Key Initial Counter

@inproceedings{McGrew2002NextCF,
  title={Next Counter Function Block Cipher Key Initial Counter},
  author={David A. McGrew},
  year={2002}
}
In this document we describe Counter Mode (CM) and its security properties, reviewing relevant cryptographic attacks and system security aspects. This mode is well understood and can be implemented securely. However, we show that attacks using precomputation can be used to lower the security level of AES-128 CM below the recommended strength for ciphers if the initial counter value is predictable. For this reason, AES-128 CM counter values should contain a 64-bit unpredictable field. We… Expand

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