Corpus ID: 59836532

Serpent: A Proposal for the Advanced Encryption Standard

@inproceedings{Anderson1998SerpentAP,
  title={Serpent: A Proposal for the Advanced Encryption Standard},
  author={Ross J. Anderson and Eli Biham and Lars Ramkilde Knudsen},
  year={1998}
}
We propose a new block cipher as a candidate for the Advanced Encryption Standard. Its design is highly conservative, yet still allows a very efficient implementation. It uses S-boxes similar to those of DES in a new structure that simultaneously allows a more rapid avalanche, a more efficient bitslice implementation, and an easy analysis that enables us to demonstrate its security against all known types of attack. With a 128-bit block size and a 256-bit key, it is as fast as DES on the market… Expand
Serpent and Smartcards
TLDR
A new block cipher, Serpent, is proposed as a candidate for the Advanced Encryption Standard, using a new structure that simultaneously allows a more rapid avalanche, a more efficient bitslice implementation, and an easy analysis that enables its security against all known types of attack. Expand
Implentation of a Novel and SecuredEncryption Algorithm
TLDR
FPSKEA provides a very high level of security, combined with much better performance than other existing ciphers, and is designed to meet and exceed the requirements for a standard for shared-key encryption in the next few decades. Expand
Structural Cryptanalysis of SASAS
TLDR
It is shown that a five-layer scheme with 128-bit plaintexts and 8-bit S-boxes is surprisingly weak against what is called a multiset attack, even when all the S- boxes and affine mappings are key dependent (and thus completely unknown to the attacker). Expand
100 Gbit/s authenticated encryption based on quantum key distribution
We propose a block-cipher-based hardware architecture for authenticated encryption (AE) applications supporting the Ethernet standard IEEE 802.3ba. Our main design goal was to achieve high throughputExpand
100 Gbit/s authenticated encryption based on quantum key distribution
TLDR
This work proposes a block-cipher-based hardware architecture for authenticated encryption applications supporting the Ethernet standard IEEE 802.3ba, and achieves a throughput of 133 Gbit/s on an Altera Stratix IV FPGA, which represents, to the best of the knowledge, the fastest full implementation of an AE scheme on FPGAs to date. Expand
A NEW APPROACH INTO CONSTRUCTING S-BOXES FOR LIGHTWEIGHT BLOCK CIPHERS
In this paper we can give an overview of some of the popular block ciphers, rather a strong focus is put on the construction of their S-boxes. While we were studding S-boxes we saw that there is aExpand
5 A NOVEL 256-BIT BLOCK CIPHER
Tornado is a novel 256-bit block cipher that accepts a variablelength key up to 256 bits. The proposed cipher was built on an idea which gives it a dynamic nature. This nature means that the cipherExpand
A NEW BLOCK CIPHER (NAHRAINFISH) BASED ON SOME AES FINALISTS
In this work, we present some deeper insights in the state-of-the-art in block cipher design. This is mainly achieved by assessment of the evaluation process of the AES (Advanced EncryptionExpand
On Algebraic Relations of Serpent S-Boxes
TLDR
It is observed that the nonlinear order of all output bits of serpent S-boxes are not 3 as it is claimed by the designers, and the designers of Serpent claim that Serpent is more secure than Rijndael. Expand
Analysis of Advanced Encryption Standards
TLDR
This paper compares performance of the five AES finalist on a verity of common software platform: 32-bit CPU( both large and smaller microprocessors, smart cards, embedded micro Processors) and high end 64-bits CPUs. Expand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 49 REFERENCES
Serpent: A New Block Cipher Proposal
TLDR
A new block cipher is proposed that is almost as fast as DES on a wide range of platforms, yet conjectured to be at least as secure as three-key triple-DES. Expand
An experiment on DES statistical cryptanalysis
TLDR
A new heuristic method has found an attack against DES absolutely equivalent to M. Matsui's (1994) one by following a distinct path and appears to be roughly as efficient as both differential and linear cryptanalysis. Expand
Differential Cryptanalysis of the Data Encryption Standard
TLDR
This book introduces a new cryptographic method, called differential cryptanalysis, which can be applied to analyze cryptosystems, and describes the cryptanalysis of DES, deals with the influence of its building blocks on security, and analyzes modified variants. Expand
Linear Cryptanalysis Method for DES Cipher
TLDR
A new method is introduced for cryptanalysis of DES cipher, which is essentially a known-plaintext attack, that is applicable to an only-ciphertext attack in certain situations. Expand
Partitioning Cryptanalysis
TLDR
The last-round attack by Matsui's linear cryptanalysis for iterated block ciphers is formalized and requirements for it to be successful are stated. Expand
Fast software encryption : 4th International Workshop, FSE '97, Haifa, Israel, January 20-22, 1997 : proceedings
TLDR
This paper focuses on improving linear cryptanalysis of LOKI91 by probabilistic counting method and Optimizing a fast stream cipher for VLIW, SIMD, and superscalar processors. Expand
How to Forge DES-Encrypted Messages in $2^{28}$ Steps
TLDR
It is shown that the theoretic strength of a cipher cannot exceed the square root of the size of the key space, and some DES keys can be recovered while they are still in use, and these keys can then be used to forge messages. Expand
Differential Fault Analysis of Secret Key Cryptosystems
TLDR
This work states that this attack is applicable only to public key cryptosystems such as RSA, and not to secret key algorithms such as the Data Encryption Standard (DES). Expand
Joint Hardware / Software Design of a Fast Stream Cipher
TLDR
It is shown that a keystream generator built as a word-wide non-linear-feedback shift register can offer both a high degree of parallelism and the hardware simplicity and flexible security of an iterated design. Expand
A Fast New DES Implementation in Software
TLDR
A new optimized standard implementation of DES on 64-bit processors is described, which is about twice faster than the fastest known standard DES implementation on the same processor. Expand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...