The requirements needed to design a secure channel centering around AES.
The last place I expected to see a security issue was IHOP. Sure enough, though, this very thing happened in Quincy, Massachusetts. Here's the skinny. You walk […]
This article looks at the core of Rijndael - the round transformation - which will be broken down into its four steps: SubBytes, ShiftRows, MixColumns, and AddRoundKey.
Okay, so this isn't new, but I've been wanting to point out what I feel is an obvious security failure. Essentially, these "DataDots" are laser-etched dots, granular in size, […]
It's this piece of writing's duty to inform you of what you can conclude from software reviews, and what you can't.
An unconventional, elaborate glance at the mathematics behind the Advanced Encryption Standard, geared towards the non-mathematician.
Cryptovirology - cryptography's evil younger sibling. Let's look at how the intensity of this dark science feeds directly from the security of its older, defensive brother.
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