|Article title||A NEW APPROACH OF KEY SCHEDULE CONSTRUCTION FOR SYMMETRIC BLOCK CIPHERS|
|Authors||R.V. Oliynykov, V.I. Ruzhentsev|
|Section||SECTION IV. METHODS AND MEANS OF CRYPTOGRAPHY AND STEGANOGRAPHY|
|Month, Year||11, 2010 @en|
|Abstract||A new method of non-bijective key schedule construction for symmetric block ciphers which protects cipher from known key attacks and gives additional strength to implementation attacks is proposed. Although non-bijective key schedule potentially allows existence of equivalent encryption keys, it is proved that probability of such event is negligible small. An example of new type of key schedule for Rijndael-like cipher and its analysis are given.|
|Keywords||Key schedule; symmetric block cipher; related key attack; slide attack.|
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