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Block ciphers
Broken block ciphers
Data Encryption Standard
Triple DES
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Data Encryption Standard
The Data Encryption Standard (DES, /ˌdiːˌiːˈɛs/ or /ˈdɛz/) was once a predominant symmetric-key algorithm for the encryption of electronic data. It was highly influential in the advancement of modern ...
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Zodiac (cipher)
In cryptography, Zodiac is a block cipher designed in 2000 by Chang-Hyi Lee for the Korean firm SoftForum.Zodiac uses a 16-round Feistel network structure with key whitening. The round function uses o...
BaseKing
In cryptography, BaseKing is a block cipher designed in 1994 by Joan Daemen. It is very closely related to 3-Way; indeed, the two are variants of the same general cipher technique.BaseKing has a block...
CDMF
In cryptography, CDMF (Commercial Data Masking Facility) is an algorithm developed at IBM in 1992 to reduce the security strength of the 56-bit DES cipher to that of 40-bit encryption, at the time a r...
Churning (cipher)
Churning is an encryption function used to scramble downstream user data of the ATM passive optical network system defined by the ITU G.983.1 standard.The standard states that churning "offers a low l...
COCONUT98
In cryptography, COCONUT98 (Cipher Organized with Cute Operations and N-Universal Transformation) is a block cipher designed by Serge Vaudenay in 1998. It was one of the first concrete applications of...
Akelarre (cipher)
Akelarre is a block cipher proposed in 1996, combining the basic design of IDEA with ideas from RC5. It was shown to be susceptible to a ciphertext-only attack in 1997. Akelarre is a 128-bit block cip...
Mercy (cipher)
In cryptography, Mercy is a tweakable block cipher designed by Paul Crowley for disk encryption.The block size is 4096 bits—unusually large for a block cipher, but a standard disk sector size. M...
KASUMI
Cryptomeria cipher
The Cryptomeria cipher, also called C2, is a proprietary block cipher defined and licensed by the 4C Entity. It is the successor to CSS algorithm (used for DVD-Video) and was designed for the CPRM/CPP...
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MMB
In cryptography, MMB (Modular Multiplication-based Block cipher) is a block cipher designed by Joan Daemen as an improved replacement for the IDEA cipher. Modular multiplication is the central element...
DES-X
In cryptography, DES-X (or DESX) is a variant on the DES (Data Encryption Standard) symmetric-key block cipher intended to increase the complexity of a brute force attack using a technique called key ...
RC2
In cryptography, RC2 (also known as ARC2) is a symmetric-key block cipher designed by Ron Rivest in 1987. "RC" stands for "Ron's Code" or "Rivest Cipher"; other ciphers designed by Rivest include RC4...
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KeeLoq
KeeLoq is a proprietary hardware-dedicated block cipher that uses a non-linear feedback shift register (NLFSR). The uni-directional command transfer protocol was designed by Frederick Bruwer of Nanot...
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Rijndael mix columns
The MixColumns operation performed by the Rijndael cipher, along with the shift-rows step, is the primary source of diffusion in Rijndael. Each column is treated as a polynomial over GF(2) and is the...
Rijndael mix columns - Wikipedia
Khufu and Khafre
In cryptography, Khufu and Khafre are two block ciphers designed by Ralph Merkle in 1989 while working at Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center. Along with Snefru, a cryptographic hash function, the ciphe...
MultiSwap
In cryptography, MultiSwap is a block cipher/MAC created by Microsoft in 1999 as part of its Windows Media DRM service (WMDRM). Microsoft's internal name for the algorithm is not publicly known; it wa...
Q (cipher)
In cryptography, Q is a block cipher invented by Leslie McBride. It was submitted to the NESSIE project, but was not selected.The algorithm uses a key size of 128, 192, or 256 bits. It operates on blo...
Triple DES
In cryptography, Triple DES (3DES) is the common name for the Triple Data Encryption Algorithm (TDEA or Triple DEA) symmetric-key block cipher, which applies the Data Encryption Standard (DES) cipher ...
Triple DES - Wikipedia
Treyfer
In cryptography, Treyfer is a block cipher/MAC designed in 1997 by Gideon Yuval. Aimed at smart card applications, the algorithm is extremely simple and compact; it can be implemented in just 29 bytes...
M6 (cipher)
In cryptography, M6 is a block cipher proposed by Hitachi in 1997 for use in the IEEE 1394 FireWire standard. The design allows some freedom in choosing a few of the cipher's operations, so M6 is cons...
AES implementations
There are various implementations of the Advanced Encryption Standard, also known as Rijndael.
Rijndael is free for any use public or private, commercial or non-commercial. The authors of Rijndael...
AES implementations - Wikipedia
NewDES
In cryptography, NewDES is a symmetric key block cipher. It was created in 1984–1985 by Robert Scott as a potential DES replacement.Despite its name, it is not derived from DES and has quite a d...
Spectr-H64
In cryptography, Spectr-H64 is a block cipher designed in 2001 by N. D. Goots, A. A. Moldovyan and N. A. Moldovyan. It relies heavily on the permutation of individual bits, so is much better suited t...
Ladder-DES
In cryptography, Ladder-DES is a block cipher designed in 1994 by Terry Ritter. It is a 4-round Feistel cipher with a block size of 128 bits, using DES as the round function. It has no actual key sche...
Intel Cascade Cipher
In cryptography, the Intel Cascaded Cipher, is a relatively new, high bandwidth block cipher, used as an optional component of the Output Content Protection DRM scheme of the Microsoft Windows Vista o...
Intel Cascade Cipher - Wikipedia
MacGuffin (cipher)
In cryptography, MacGuffin is a block cipher created in 1994 by Bruce Schneier and Matt Blaze at a Fast Software Encryption workshop. It was intended as a catalyst for analysis of a new cipher structu...
MacGuffin (cipher) - Wikipedia
Crab (cipher)
In cryptography, Crab is a block cipher proposed by Burt Kaliski and Matt Robshaw at the first Fast Software Encryption workshop in 1993. Not really intended for use, Crab was developed to demonstrate...
BassOmatic
In cryptography, BassOmatic was the symmetric-key cipher designed by Phil Zimmermann as part of his email encryption software, PGP (in the first release, version 1.0). Comments in the source code indi...