Photon: A new mix columns architecture on FPGA

@article{Abbas2018PhotonAN,
  title={Photon: A new mix columns architecture on FPGA},
  author={Yasir Amer Abbas and R. Jidin and N. Jamil and M. R. Z’aba and M. A. Mohamed},
  journal={International journal of engineering and technology},
  year={2018},
  volume={7},
  pages={138-144}
}
Lightweight cryptography is an important element in smart devices that require data security as one of the features. These smart devices utilize cryptography when transferring sensitive data. Most of the smart devices are resource constrained devices and thus possess limited computing capability and low memory space. The PHOTON hash function algorithm is a promising lightweight cryptography approach for resource-constrained devices. It has a complex operation called MixColumns. This paper… Expand
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