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Rijndael's Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is the block cipher based symmetric-key cryptography to protect the sensitive information. The key sizes of AES are 128, 192, 256 bits. AES is based on substitution-permutation strategy. It is accepted by NIST in 2001 after the five year of security evaluation. It is highly secured and efficient than Data Encryption Standard (DES) and other symmetric-key cryptographic algorithms. This paper depicts all the valuable work done on the Advanceddoi:10.21275/art20164149 fatcat:37j5ensjfrhyhabd5kdedzrquq