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  • Advanced Encryption Standard [r]: A US government standard issued in 2002 for a stronger block cipher to succeed the earlier Data Encryption Standard. [e]
  • Block cipher [r]: A symmetric cipher that operates on fixed-size blocks of plaintext, giving a block of ciphertext for each [e]
  • Blowfish (cipher) [r]: A block cipher, designed in 1993 by Bruce Schneier and included in a large number of cipher suites and encryption products. [e]
  • CRYPTON (cipher) [r]: A block cipher efficient in hardware implementations, designed by Chae Hoon Lim of Future Systems Inc. [e]
  • Camellia (cipher) [r]: A block cipher developed jointly by Mitsubishi and NTT in 2000, which has similar design elements to earlier block ciphers MISTY1 and E2. [e]
  • DEAL (cipher) [r]: A block cipher derived from the Data Encryption Standard (DES), from a design proposed in a report by Lars Knudsen in 1998. [e]
  • Data Encryption Standard [r]: A block cipher specification issued by the U.S. government in 1976, intended for sensitive but unclassified data. It is now obsolescent, succeeded by the Advanced Encryption Standard, but still used in commercial systems. [e]
  • De-correlated Fast Cipher [r]: A block cipher which was created in 1998 by a group of researchers from École Normale Supérieure, CNRS, and France Télécom, and submitted to the AES competition. [e]
  • E2 (cipher) [r]: A block cipher which was created in 1998 by NTT and submitted to the AES competition. [e]
  • FROG (cipher) [r]: A block cipher authored by Georgoudis, Leroux and Chaves, which can work with any block size between 8 and 128 bytes, and supports key sizes between 5 and 125 bytes. [e]
  • Hash (cryptography) [r]: An algorithm that produces a fixed-size digest from an input of essentially arbitrary size. [e]
  • Hasty Pudding (cipher) [r]: A variable-block-size block cipher designed by Richard Schroeppel, which has its input block size and key length variable, and an input parameter called the 'spice'. [e]
  • LOKI (cipher) [r]: Block ciphers (LOKI89 and LOKI91) designed as possible replacements for the Data Encryption Standard (DES). [e]
  • MAGENTA (cipher) [r]: A block cipher developed by Michael Jacobson Jr. and Klaus Huber for Deutsche Telekom. [e]
  • MARS (cipher) [r]: A block cipher that was IBM's submission to the Advanced Encryption Standard process. [e]
  • Rivest ciphers [r]: A set of symmetric-key encryption algorithms invented by Ron Rivest. [e]
  • SAFER (cipher) [r]: A family of block ciphers designed primarily by James Massey (one of the designers of IDEA) on behalf of Cylink Corporation. [e]
  • SEED (cipher) [r]: A block cipher developed by the Korean Information Security Agency, used broadly throughout South Korean industry, but seldom found elsewhere. [e]
  • Serpent (cipher) [r]: A block cipher which was a finalist in the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) contest, designed by Ross Anderson, Eli Biham, and Lars Knudsen. [e]
  • Square (cipher) [r]: A block cipher invented by Joan Daemen and Vincent Rijmen, and a forerunner to the Rijndael algorithm, which has been adopted as the Advanced Encryption Standard. [e]
  • Twofish [r]: A block cipher designed by Bruce Schneier and others which was a finalist in the competition to select the Advanced Encryption Standard. [e]