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  • White Papers // Mar 2012

    On Securing Communication From Profilers

    A profiling adversary is an adversary which aims to classify messages into pre-defined profiles and thus gain useful information regarding the sender or receiver of such messages. Usual chosen-plaintext secure encryption schemes are capable of securing information from pro-filers, but these schemes provide more security than required for this purpose....

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  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Double Ciphertext Mode : A Proposal for Secure Backup

    Security of data stored in bulk storage devices like the hard disk has gained a lot of importance in the current days. Among the variety of paradigms which are available for disk encryption, low level disk encryption is well accepted because of the high security guarantees it provides. In this...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2008

    An Improved Security Bound for HCTR

    A block-cipher mode of operation is a specific way to use a block-cipher to en-crypt messages longer than the block-length of the block-cipher. HCTR was proposed by the researchers. It is a mode of operation which provides a tweakable strong pseudorandom per-mutation. Though HCTR is quite an efficient mode, the...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Double Ciphertext Mode : A Proposal for Secure Backup

    Security of data stored in bulk storage devices like the hard disk has gained a lot of importance in the current days. Among the variety of paradigms which are available for disk encryption, low level disk encryption is well accepted because of the high security guarantees it provides. In this...

    Provided By Cinvestav

  • White Papers // Mar 2012

    On Securing Communication From Profilers

    A profiling adversary is an adversary which aims to classify messages into pre-defined profiles and thus gain useful information regarding the sender or receiver of such messages. Usual chosen-plaintext secure encryption schemes are capable of securing information from pro-filers, but these schemes provide more security than required for this purpose....

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  • White Papers // Apr 2008

    An Improved Security Bound for HCTR

    A block-cipher mode of operation is a specific way to use a block-cipher to en-crypt messages longer than the block-length of the block-cipher. HCTR was proposed by the researchers. It is a mode of operation which provides a tweakable strong pseudorandom per-mutation. Though HCTR is quite an efficient mode, the...

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