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Tanaka Satoshi, Nishide Takashi, Sakurai Kouichi
QUAD stream cipher uses multivariate polynomial systems. It has provable security based on the computational hardness assumption. More specifically, the security of QUAD depends on hardness of solving non-linear multivariate systems over a finite field, and it is known as an NP-complete problem. However, QUAD is slower than other stream ciphers, and an efficient implementation, […]
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Ayesha Khalid, Deblin Bagchi, Goutam Paul, Anupam Chattopadhyay
The ease of programming offered by the CUDA programming model attracted a lot of programmers to try the platform for acceleration of many non-graphics applications. Cryptography, being no exception, also found its share of exploration efforts, especially block ciphers. In this contribution we present a detailed walk-through of effective mapping of HC-128 and HC-256 stream […]
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Michael Lehmann
Grain-128 is a stream cipher, which was proposed in the course of the eSTREAM project. This stream cipher is already in use today, for example in RFID applications. Therefore, the security of Grain-128 is of great interest. The Conditional Differential Analysis, the Static Cube Attack and the Dynamic Cube Attack are methods for the cryptanalysis […]
Andreas Beckmann, Jaroslaw Fedorowicz, Jorg Keller, Ulrich Meyer
We describe efficient algorithms to analyze the cycle structure of the graph induced by the state transition function of the A5/1 stream cipher used in GSM mobile phones and report on the results of the implementation. The analysis is performed in five steps utilizing HPC clusters, GPGPU and external memory computation. A great reduction of […]
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Satoshi Tanaka, Tung Chou, Bo-Yin Yang, Chen-Mou Cheng, Kouichi Sakurai
QUAD is a provably secure stream cipher, whose security is based on the hardness assumption of solving multivariate quadratic polynomial systems over a finite field, which is known to be NP-complete. However, such provable security comes at a price, and QUAD is slower than most other stream ciphers that do not have security proofs. In […]
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Guillaume Sevestre
This paper presents a Graphics Processing Unit implementation of KECCAK cryptographic hash function, in a parallel tree hash mode to exploit the parallel compute capacity of the graphics cards. The Nvidia Cuda language has been used to access precisely the specificity of the GPU hardware (memory hierarchy, host-device memory transfers). After optimizations of the cooperation […]
Deian Stefan
Invaluable benchmarking efforts have been made to measure the performance of eSTREAM portfolio stream ciphers and SHA-3 hash function candidates on multiple architectures. In this thesis we contribute to these efforts; we evaluate the performance of all eSTREAM ciphers and all second- round SHA-3 candidates on NVIDIA Graphics Processing Units (GPUs). Complementarily, we present the […]
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Debra L. Cook, John Ioannidis, Angelos D. Keromytis
One frequently cited reason for the lack of wide deployment of cryptographic protocols is the (perceived) poor performance of the algorithms they employ and their impact on the rest of the system. Although high-performance dedicated cryptographic accelerator cards have been commercially available for some time, market penetration remains low. We take a different approach, seeking […]
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D. Cook, J. Ioannidis, A. Keromytis, J. Luck
We study the feasibility of using Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) for cryptographic processing, by exploiting the ability for GPUs to simultaneously process large quantities of pixels, to offload symmetric key encryption from the main processor. We demonstrate the use of GPUs for applying the key stream when using stream ciphers. We also investigate the use […]
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