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Serpent Encryption algorithm was first introduced by Ross Anderson, Eli Biham and Lars Knudsen to participate in the competition, advanced AES encryption algorithm.
NEC enhanced the generalized Feistel structure(3) used for the current encryption algorithm, and features lightness, high-speed and security.
Security analysis of the encryption algorithm is commonly needed for evaluating and comparing the performance of encryption algorithms.
In (Stan & Botezatu, 2009) we propose the design of several light-weight encryption methods for data communications security, that provide various levels of security for data transfers and corresponding levels of power consumption due to the complexity of the encryption algorithms.
Variants of Encryption Algorithms and Application Domains
These form the technical basis for the reputation of Camellia as one of the world's most excellent encryption algorithm and provide the rationale behind its selection as the internationally standardized and recommended specifications.
As the first Japanese encryption algorithm, Camellia was also accepted as a new standard encryption algorithm (IETF Standard Track RFC*5) in major Internet secure protocols, SSL/TLS, IPsec, S/MIME, and XML.
IRE products use the Data Encryption Standard (DES), which is the preferred encryption algorithm for private industry and government applications.
Our libraries support the strongest available encryption algorithm with a full suite of key management options designed specifically for secure data encryption on tape and mobile disk.
Built on the same FIPS 140-1 level 2 validated cryptographic engine utilized by WinMagic's certified Professional Edition, and incorporating the same AES 256-bit encryption algorithm, MySecureDoc offers more features than many "enterprise" products.
The video streams are encrypted using the strongest encryption algorithm available today, the Advance Encryption Algorithm (AES 128).
Computing security expert, "Unlike common security solutions available today that implement one of the publicly available open key encryption algorithms PassMonster uses coupled 128 bit and 256 bit data encryption making it almost impossible to use so called 'smart hacks' involving math formulae to break into encrypted data.