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N ) ) with probability Pr[K = ki]. Unless specified, K is not assumed to be uniformly distributed. , the probability that the cryptanalyst sends ki (i E (1,. . ,N ) ) to the oracle is P ~ [= Eki]. The cryptanalyst iteratively queries the oracle with randomly selected keys, in an independent way, until he finds the right one. Note that, as the queries are independent, the complexity could in principle be infinite (we say that the algorithm is memoryless). The strategy of the cryptanalyst is to select a distribution for his queries.
8. We assume that the three initial values of the LFSRs are chosen independently and uniformly at random. 1 For i = 1,2,3, what is the probability that Ri is shifted at the first clock? What is the probability that it is not shifted? 2 What is the probability that exactly two LFSRs are shifted at the first clock? 3 What is the probability mass function for the movement of three LFSRs at the first clock? 4 What is the conditional probability mass function of the first clocking given the initial clocking?
Exhaustive key search on 3DES t Approx, number of wrong keys 1 2 . lo31 2 3 1012 6 . lop8 4 3. The number of wrong keys displayed by Algorithm 7 is thus ~ 3 ( 2 ~ - ~ ~ ) . 4 The number of wrong keys in this case is 0 ( 2 ~ " - ~ ~ )For . 3DES, L = 3, l = 56, and n = 64. 5 for different values of t. With 3 pairs, the adversary makes almost sure that only the good key is displayed. More details about cascade ciphers and their security can be found in . 11. 11. 4) holds then 3: display K3 4: end if 5: end for it does not yield any wrong key (with high probability).
A Classical Introduction to Cryptography: Exercise Book by Thomas Baigneres, Pascal Junod, Yi Lu, Jean Monnerat, Serge Vaudenay