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'''Abstract:''' We propose a deterministic authenticated encryption mode aimed at encrypting session keys up to 1200 bit long, which also handles associated data. Our goal is to use as simple construction as possible to achieve the 128-bit security within the DAE concept introduced by Rogaway and Shrimpton.
 
'''Abstract:''' We propose a deterministic authenticated encryption mode aimed at encrypting session keys up to 1200 bit long, which also handles associated data. Our goal is to use as simple construction as possible to achieve the 128-bit security within the DAE concept introduced by Rogaway and Shrimpton.
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'''Slides:''' [[Media:Kw-slides.pdf|slides]]

Latest revision as of 10:39, 17 January 2013

Title: "Key wrapping with the Keccak permutation"

Abstract: We propose a deterministic authenticated encryption mode aimed at encrypting session keys up to 1200 bit long, which also handles associated data. Our goal is to use as simple construction as possible to achieve the 128-bit security within the DAE concept introduced by Rogaway and Shrimpton.


Slides: slides