Which one is more secure and least possible to be broken through cryptanalysis AES or 3DES (no matter performance)? I need to use encryption for my projects to store and secure sensitive information ...
I have a number of questions regarding Key Serial Numbers (KSNs) in DUKPT: KSNs are 8 - 10 bytes long. Older implementation are 8 bytes whereas newer ones are 10 bytes. Do I risk being incompatible ...
as i'm not getting the exact main point of 2 DES and 3DES. I would like to know the difference between the two, why 3 DES is chosen on 2 DES?
Given this formula for CBC encryption from 6.2 The Cipher Block Chaining Mode what is the output length of CBC if plaintext P is of length 0?
In the wiki link, it is mentioned that due to "chosen-plaintext" or "known-cipher" attacks, two key DES provides only 80 bits of security. My question is how these attacks work and how did NSIT came ...