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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
At FSE 2009, Albrecht et al. proposed a new cryptanalytic method that combines algebraic and differential cryptanalysis. They introduced three new attacks, namely Attack A, Attack B and Attack C. For Attack A, they explain that the time complexity is difficult to determine. The goal of Attacks B and C is to filter out wrong pairs and then recover the key. In this paper, we show that Attack C does not provide an advantage over differential cryptanalysis for typical block ciphers, because itdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-22497-3_9 fatcat:2zo7odfg6bebrd6lcldffvj3e4