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This e-book constítutes the completely refereed postproceedings of the 4th overseas convention at the complex Encryption general, AES 2004, held in Bonn, Germany in could 2004. the ten revised complete papers awarded including an introductory survey and four invited papers via best researchers have been rigorously chosen in the course of rounds of reviewing and development. The papers are prepared in topical sections on cryptanalytic assaults and comparable themes, algebraic assaults and similar effects, implementations, and different subject matters. All in all, the papers represent a most recent evaluate of the state-of-the-art of information encryption utilizing the complicated Encryption usual AES, the de facto international commonplace for facts encryption.

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This situation may result in an overestimation of the data complexity—beneficial for an attacker, but problematic for a cipher designer. 6 Nyberg originally used approximate linear hull, hence the abbreviation ALH. 48 L. , if x, y ∈ {0, 1}N are the input and output, respectively, for the linear transformation, then y = Lx (view x and y as column vectors). Lemma 2 ([5]). , there is a mask b such that for all x ∈ {0, 1}N , a • x = b • (Lx). The relationship between a and b is given by a = L b, where L is the matrix transpose of L.

L(x)⊕L(x⊕∆x) = ∆y for all x ∈ {0, 1}N . It follows from Lemma 2 that if at / ∆xt and at+1 / ∆xt+1 are input and output masks / differences for round t, then the resulting input and output masks / differences for the substitution stage of round t are at / ∆xt and bt = L at+1 / ∆yt = L−1 (∆xt+1 ). Further, at / ∆xt and bt / ∆yt can be naturally partitioned into input and output masks / differences for each s-box in round t. Enumerate t , and let the input and output the s-boxes from left to right as S1t , S2t , .

If it is the case, there will only be one zero byte in the last 4 bytes of C ⊕ D. So we test this Key Scheduling Key Scheduling MC o SR o SB SR o SB Round 9 Round 10 Fig. 4. Fault on the 14th byte of the antepenultimate round key K 8 DFA on AES 35 condition and if it is false, we generate another faulty ciphertext with a fault induced on K 8 and we test it again. 1, we will: – identify the position j of the byte on which the fault occurred – and obtain the value ej of this fault. If we denote by l the position of the zero byte in the last 4 bytes of C ⊕ D (12 ≤ l ≤ 15), j is then defined by j = (l − 1 mod 4) + 12 (16) Now, we know on which byte of K 8 the fault occurred.

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