The Block Cipher Rijndael
In this paper we present the block cipher Rijndael, which is one of the fifteen candidate algorithms for the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES). We show that the cipher can be implemented very efficiently on Smart Cards.
KeywordsSmart Card Block Cipher Block Length Advance Encryption Standard Code Size
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