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Variable Block Length Encryption Mathemagical Encryption By Canek Acosta
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Overview Cover two mathematical principles discovered and applied frequently through card manipulation and magic! Using a card analogy for data, demonstrate the use of the encryption scheme. Analysis of strengths and weaknesses of the encryption scheme. Q&A
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Australian Shuffle AKA Down-Under Deal Method by which data can be hidden amongst garbage. Inspiration was a magic trick along with the concept of steganography. Can be proven by induction!
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The Perfect Shuffle Has been of interest to mathematicians, magicians, and gamblers for some time. This is what really makes this encryption scheme viable. Main application today is for cheating at gambling. Now we will use it to enable variable block length encryption!
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Mathemagical Encryption Shared Secret: Seed, PRNG makes key-stream Data can be sent as a stream or one big block Encryption: -
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course CIS 6930 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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