On the Construction of Block Ciphers Provably Secure and Not Relying on Any Unproved Hypotheses

@inproceedings{Zheng1989OnTC,
  title={On the Construction of Block Ciphers Provably Secure and Not Relying on Any Unproved Hypotheses},
  author={Yuliang Zheng and Tsutomu Matsumoto and Hideki Imai},
  booktitle={CRYPTO},
  year={1989}
}
One of the ultimate goals of cryptography researchers is to construct a (secrete-key) block cipher which has the following ideal properties: (1) The cipher is provably secure, (2) Security of the cipher does not depend on any unproved hypotheses, (3) The cipher can be easily implemented with current technology, and (4) All design criteria for the cipher are made public. It is currently unclear whether or not there really exists such an ideal block cipher. So to meet the requirements of… CONTINUE READING

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