The Filter-Combiner Model for Memoryless Synchronous Stream Ciphers

@inproceedings{Sarkar2002TheFM,
  title={The Filter-Combiner Model for Memoryless Synchronous Stream Ciphers},
  author={Palash Sarkar},
  booktitle={CRYPTO},
  year={2002}
}
We introduce a new model – the Filter-Combiner model – for memoryless synchronous stream ciphers. The new model combines the best features of the classical models for memoryless synchronous stream ciphers – the Nonlinear-Combiner model and the Nonlinear-Filter model. In particular, we show that the Filter-Combiner model provides key length optimal resistance to correlation attacks and eliminates weaknesses of the NF model such as the the Anderson leakage and the Inversion Attacks. Further… CONTINUE READING

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