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

4 n 1 mar 1993 pp 4759 180 if blake r fujihara rc

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Unformatted text preview: ces in Cryptology—CRYPTO ’95 Proceedings, Springer–Verlag, 1995, to appear. 49. D. Andleman and J. Reeds, “On the Cryptanalysis of Rotor Machines and Substitution–Permutation Networks,” IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, v. IT–28, n. 4, Jul 1982, pp. 578–584. 50. ANSI X3.92, “American National Standard for Data Encryption Algorithm (DEA),” American National Standards Institute, 1981. 51. ANSI X3.105, “American National Standard for Information Systems—Data Link Encryption,” American National Standards Institute, 1983. 52. ANSI X3.106, “American National Standard for Information Systems—Data Encryption Algorithm—Modes of Operation,” American National Standards Institute, 1983. 53. ANSI X9.8, “American National Standard for Personal Information Number (PIN) Management and Security,” American Bankers Association, 1982. 54. ANSI X9.9 (Revised), “American National Standard for Financial Institution Message Authentication (Wholesale),” American Bankers Association, 1986. 55. ANSI X9.17 (Revised), “American National Standard for Financial Institution Key Management (Wholesale),” American Bankers Association, 1985. 56. ANSI X9.19, “American National Standard for Retail Message Authentication,” American Bankers Association, 1985. 57. ANSI X9.23, “American National Standard for Financial Institution Message Encryption,” American Bankers Association, 1988. 58. ANSI X9.24, “Draft Proposed American National Standard for Retail Key Management,” American Bankers Association, 1988. 59. ANSI X9.26 (Revised), “American National Standard for Financial Institution Sign–On Authentication for Wholesale Financial Transaction,” American Bankers Association, 1990. 60. ANSI X9.30, “Working Draft: Public Key Cryptography Using Irreversible Algorithms for the Financial Services Industry,” American Bankers Association, Aug 1994. 61. ANSI X9.31, “Working Draft: Public Key Cryptography Using Reversible Algorithms for the Financial Services Industry,” American Bankers Association, Mar 1993. 62. K. Aoki and K. Ohta, “Dif...
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