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By Thomas Baignères, Pascal Junod, Yi Lu, Jean Monnerat, Serge Vaudenay

ISBN-10: 038728835X

ISBN-13: 9780387288352

This better half workout and answer publication to A Classical creation to Cryptography: functions for Communications Security features a conscientiously revised model of educating fabric. It used to be utilized by the authors or given as examinations to undergraduate and graduate-level scholars of the Cryptography and safety Lecture at EPFL from 2000 to mid-2005.

A Classical advent to Cryptography workout booklet for A Classical creation to Cryptography: functions for Communications defense covers a majority of the topics that make up today's cryptology, akin to symmetric or public-key cryptography, cryptographic protocols, layout, cryptanalysis, and implementation of cryptosystems. routines don't require a wide heritage in arithmetic, because the most vital notions are brought and mentioned in lots of of the exercises.

The authors anticipate the readers to be happy with simple evidence of discrete chance concept, discrete arithmetic, calculus, algebra, in addition to laptop technology. Following the version of A Classical advent to Cryptography: functions for Communications safety, workouts with regards to the extra complex elements of the textbook are marked with a celebrity.

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How can we protect ourselves against this attack? We now try to transform DES into a block cipher with 128-bit plaintext blocks, that we denote ExtDES. We use a 112-bit key which is split into two DES keys K1 and K2. For this, we define the encryption of a 128-bit block x as follows: rn we split x into two 64-bit halves xr, and rn we let u~ = DESK,(xL) and UR = XR such that x = X L ~ ~ X R DESK, (XR) 21 Conventional Cryptography rn rn we split uLlluR into four 32-bit quarters u l , u2, us, u4 such that UL = u111u2 and UR = u311u4 we let VL = DES;(:(U~ IIu4) and VR = D E S K : ( U ~ ~ ~ U ~ ) we split v ~ l l vinto ~ four 32-bit quarters v1,v2,v3,v4 such that VL = v111v2 and VR = v311v4 we let YL = DESK, (vlllv4) and y~ = DESK, (v311va) , ~of~ x~ , we define y = yL[lyRas the encryption E x ~ D E S ~(x) 4 Draw a diagram of ExtDES.

Pd-I By definition of the sequence, we thus have Bi+t = Si+t-l x B for all i 2 1 and t 2 0. Noting that the ith row of Mt corresponds to 3i+t-1 and that the ith of Mt+1 corresponds to Si+t, we deduce that Noting that Mo is the identity matrix, we can see that Mt = B t for all t 2 0. Consequently Mt and B commute, so that Mt+1 = B x Mt. 10. 4 The natural subgroup K * of the field K is of cardinality (2d- 1). The set { X t mod P ( X ) , t 2 0 ) being a subgroup of K*, its order must divide (2d - 1).

The case where the algorithm always tries the same wrong key). 13. Adversary modeling a memoryless exhaustive search EXERCISE BOOK (this is a geometrical distribution) k where denotes the key chosen by the cryptanalyst. 12) we deduce - =Pr[K=ki]-2 as shown below Note that we needed a classical result, namely that we have when x is a real value such that 1x1 < 1. In the particular case where the key distribution is uniform, we have Pr[K = k . , N}, so that This is minimal when all the pr[E? = ki] are equal, and in this case As this algorithm is memoryless, the same wrong key can be queried twice.

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