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Differential Cryptanalysis on Block Ciphers: New Research Directions
International Journal of Computer Applications
Differential Cryptanalysis is a powerful technique in cryptanalysis, applied to symmetric-key block ciphers. It is a chosen plain-text attack which means the cryptanalyst has some sets of the plain-text and the corresponding cipher-text pairs of his choice. These pairs of the plain-text are related by a constant difference. Basically it is the study of how differences in input information can affect the resultant difference at the output. In this paper, differential cryptanalysis is applied ondoi:10.5120/ijca2017914409 fatcat:jziti5lm7rfubf7vx7vxaxgjbu