Rijndael

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Another possible reason for choosing the first polynomial for Rijndael is for processing speed for 8 and 32 bit processors.
The idea of this proposition is taken from Rijndael algorithm.
Rijmen, The Design of Rijndael: AES-The Advanced Encryption Standard, Springer Science & Business Media, 2013.
Rijndael was proposed in 1998 by Joan Daemen and Vincent Rijmen and standardized as AES by NIST in 2001.
[19.] Daemen, J., and Rijmen, V.: The Design of Rijndael: AES - The Advanced Encryption Standard.
"Image encryption algorithm based on rijndael S-boxes" in IEEE applied International conference on computational intelligence and security 978-0-7695-3508-1\08.
AES proposal: Rijndael. In AES Round 1 Technical Evaluation CD-1: Documentation.
According to the MalwareHunterTeam, once installed, attackers use Rijndael block ciphers to encrypt website files and demand Bitcoin payment ranging from $140 to $415 for decryption.
The National Security Agency reviews all the AES finalists, including Rijndael and states that all of them are secure enough for U.S.
Legat, "Efficient Implementation of Rijndael Encryption in Reconfigurable Hardware: Improvements and Design Tradeoffs," LNCS, vol.2779, pp.
AES is based on work by Rijndael and Rijmen, two Belgian cryptographers, and the NIST specification dates from 2001-2002.