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Equiva- 4 Deduce an attack that recovers the value of K3. Once K3 is found, how can K1 and K2 be recovered? What is the overall complexity of the attack? " - D Exercise 13 Solution on page 47 *A Variant of A511 I In stream ciphers, the prevailing encryption is a bitwise XOR operation between the m-bit plaintext and the m-bit keystream which is the output of a so-called keystream generator fed by the L-bit secret key, where m is much larger than !. An ideal assumption for good stream ciphers is that any &bit window of the m-bit keystream is eventually modified when the Gbit key is modified.

In total there are possibilities. We now suggest an alternative to the previous solution. The three rotors allow 263 = 17,576 different combinations. The plugboard allows different possibilities. 76. 1015. , one can encode the key with 51 bits. 3 An exhaustive search on a 51-bit key requires 250 attempts in average. Simon Singh's Code Book [51] is a good reference on the history of the Enigma machine. Chapter 2 CONVENTIONAL CRYPTOGRAPHY Exercises Exercise 1 Weak Keys of DES We say that a DES key k is weak if DESk is an involution.

1. 1). We want to recover k by an exhaustive search. 1 What is the number of DES encryptions/decryptions of Algorithm l ? A l g o r i t h m 1 Exhaustive key search algorithm on 3DES I n p u t : a plaintext/ciphertext couple (P,C ) O u t p u t : key candidate(s) for k = (kl, k2, k3) Processing: 1: for each possible key K = (K1, K2,K3) d o 2: ifC=3DESK(P)then 3: display K = (Kl,K2,K3) 4: e n d if 5: e n d for 2 Let C* : {0,1)" 4 {0, 1)64denote a uniformly distributed random permutation. What is the probability that C*(P) = C .