applied cryptography - protocols, algorithms, and source code in c

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Unformatted text preview: Other Block Ciphers 14.1 GOST 14.2 CAST 14.3 Blowfish 14.4 SAFER 14.5 3-Way 14.6 Crab 14.7 SXAL8/MBAL 14.8 RC5 14.9 Other Block Algorithms 14.10 Theory of Block Cipher Design 14.11 Using one-Way Hash Functions 14.12 Choosing a Block Algorithm Chapter 15—Combining Block Ciphers 15.1 Double Encryption 15.2 Triple Encryption 15.3 Doubling the Block Length 15.4 Other Multiple Encryption Schemes 15.5 CDMF Key Shortening 15.6 Whitening 15.7 Cascading Multiple Block Algorithms 15.8 Combining Multiple Block Algorithms Chapter 16—Pseudo-Random-Sequence Generators and Stream Ciphers 16.1 Linear Congruential Generators 16.2 Linear Feedback Shift Registers 16.3 Design and Analysis of Stream Ciphers 16.4 Stream Ciphers Using LFSRs 16.5 A5 16.6 Hughes XPD/KPD 16.7 Nanoteq 16.8 Rambutan 16.9 Additive Generators 16.10 Gifford 16.11 Algorithm M 16.12 PKZIP Chapter 17—Other Stream Ciphers and Real Random-Sequence Generators 17.1 RC4 17.2 SEAL 17.3 WAKE 17.4 Feedback with Carry Shift Registers 17.5 Stream Ciphers Using FCSRs 17.6 Nonlinear-Feedback Shift Registers 17.7 Other Stream Ciphers 17.8 System-Theoretic Approach to Stream-Cipher Design 17.9 Complexity-Theoretic Approach to Stream-Cipher Design 17.10 Other Approaches to Stream-Cipher Design 17.11 Cascading Multiple Stream Ciphers 17.12 Choosing a Stream Cipher 17.13 Generating Multiple Streams from a Single Pseudo-Random-Sequence Generator 17.14 Real Random-Sequence Generators Chapter 18—One-Way Hash Functions 18.1 Background 18.2 Snefru 18.3 N- Hash 18.4 MD4 18.5 MD5 18.6 MD2 18.7 Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA) 18.8 RIPE-MD 18.9 HAVAL 18.10 Other One-Way Hash Functions 18.11 One-Way Hash Functions Using Symmetric Block Algorithms 18.12 Using Public-Key Algorithms 18.13 Choosing a One-Way Hash Function 18.14 Message Authentication Codes Chapter 19—Public-Key Algorithms 19.1 Background 19.2 Knapsack Algorithms 19.3 RSA 19.4 Pohlig-Hellman 19.5 Rabin 19.6 ElGamal 19.7 McEliece 19.8 Elliptic Curve Cryptosystems 19.9 LUC 19.10 Finite Automaton Public-Key Cryptosystems Chapter 20...
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