Linked by David Adams on Wed 17th Aug 2011 17:53 UTC, submitted by HAL2001
Privacy, Security, Encryption Researchers have found a weakness in the AES algorithm. They managed to come up with a clever new attack that can recover the secret key four times easier than anticipated by experts. In the last decade, many researchers have tested the security of the AES algorithm, but no flaws were found so far. The new attack applies to all versions of AES even if it used with a single key. The attack shows that finding the key of AES is four times easier than previously believed; in other words, AES-128 is more like AES-126.
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RE[6]: AES-254
by rirmak on Fri 19th Aug 2011 18:02 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: AES-254"
rirmak
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2009-06-23

Either way, impossible is demonstrably wrong.


This must be the most autistic sample of pedantry I've encountered since early April.

Oh, and for your arguing style you also have a raspberry from me in ;) semantics, as "demonstrably" may be the lamest excuse for a technicality this month (infantile hypercorrection).

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