TWEAKABLE BLOCKCIPHERS SECURE AGAINST GENERIC EXPONENTIAL ATTACKS (2007)

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by Elizabeth A. Crump
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1 Ciphers that Securely Encipher their own Keys – Mihir Bellare, David Cash, Sriram Keelveedhi - 2011
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1 Statistical Testing for Disk Encryption Modes of Operations – Mohamed Abo El-fotouh, Klaus Diepold
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Protecting Drive Encryption Systems Against Memory Attacks – Leo Dorrendorf - 2011
4 Linear cryptanalysis of substitution-permutation networks – Liam Keliher - 2003
6 Pseudo-Random Functions and Parallelizable Modes of Operations of a Block Cipher – Palash Sarkar
1 New Tools in Cryptography: Mutually Indepent Commitments, Tweakable Block Ciphers, and Plaintext Awareness via Key Registration – Silvio M. Micali - 2004
A Generic Method to Extend Message Space of a Strong Pseudorandom Permutation – Mridul Nandi
1 Improving upon HCTR and matching attacks for Hash-Counter-Hash approach – Mridul Nandi
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