bit key

bit key

A key having a projecting blade or wing which engages with and actuates the bolt and tumblers of a lock.
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Hardware specification for computation: CPU: 2.6Ghz, i3 6th,Gen with 16 GB RAM Average Time Consumption (in milliseconds) Schemes 32 bit keywords 32 bit key g function [w.sub.0] to words [w.sub.8] [w.sub.7] to [w.sub.5] 9 Original, AES 3.67 5.73 6.32 RK-AES 6.78 8.87 9.33 Table 3: Comparison of cost of attacks.
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The tool uses automatic on-the-fly encryption with AES 256 bit key length.
The company has increased the strength of encryption of its cloud services, to 2048 bit key length, which is considered not to be "readily breakable," Smith said.
This table includes speed measurements for common algorithms, such as AES with a 256 bit key in output feedback mode (OFB) (see [19]), the RC4 stream cipher (see [8]), and the Salsa20 (see [20]) stream cipher and the HC128 stream cipher (see [21]), together with our proposal.
The cipher takes 128 bit key and 128 bit initialization vector (IV).
Each uses a standard 128 bit key. In the export version, this key is not reduced in length.
A 56 bit key creates 72 quadrillion possible combinations.
In addition to those elements, the keyed rounds use 32 bit key multiplication, data-dependent rotations, and key addition.
"Forty bit key technology is adequate to stop someone from nicking US$50 off your bank account but not for protecting industrial secrets and medical records," says Whitfield Diffie, a widely respected expert on cryptography and an engineer at Sun Microsystems.