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Cryptanalysis Of Affine Cipher With Example | Part 1 | Mono-alphabetic Substitution Cryptography.
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Chosen-plaintext attack
A chosen-plaintext attack (CPA) is an attack model for cryptanalysis which presumes that the attacker can obtain the ciphertexts for arbitrary plaintexts.The goal of the attack is to gain information which reduces the security of the encryption scheme.
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In this video I talk about ways to decrypt the Affine Cipher when the key is NOT known. Specifically, I go over an example of the known plaintext attack.
3^(-1) = 9 (mod 26) math worked out (Euclidean Algorithm):
1. Forwards:
26 = 3(8) + 2
3 = 2(1) + 1
2. Backwords:
1 = 3 - 2(1)
1 = 3(1) - (26 - 3(8))(1)
1 = 3(1) - 26 + 3(8)
1 + 26 = 3(9)
1 (mod 26) = 3(9)
Hence 9 is the inverse.
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Key Search Space for Chosen Plaintext Attack exploiting the bit-wise complement property-weakness of DES

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Attacks : Types of attacks in Cryptography | Security Goals in Cryptography
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What is CIPHERTEXT-ONLY ATTACK? What does CIPHERTEXT-ONLY ATTACK mean? CIPHERTEXT-ONLY ATTACK meaning - CIPHERTEXT-ONLY ATTACK definition - CIPHERTEXT-ONLY ATTACK explanation.
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In cryptography, a ciphertext-only attack (COA) or known ciphertext attack is an attack model for cryptanalysis where the attacker is assumed to have access only to a set of ciphertexts. While the attacker has no channel providing access to the plaintext prior to encryption, in all practical ciphertext-only attacks, the attacker still has some knowledge of the plaintext. For instance, the attacker might know the language in which the plaintext is written in or the expected statistical distribution of characters in the plaintext. Standard protocol data and messages are commonly part of the plaintext in many deployed systems and can usually be guessed or known efficiently as part of a ciphertext-only attack on these systems.
The attack is completely successful if the corresponding plaintexts can be deduced, or even better, the key. The ability to obtain any information at all about the underlying plaintext beyond what was pre-known to the attacker is still considered a success. For example, if an adversary is sending ciphertext continuously to maintain traffic-flow security, it would be very useful to be able to distinguish real messages from nulls. Even making an informed guess of the existence of real messages would facilitate traffic analysis.
In the history of cryptography, early ciphers, implemented using pen-and-paper, were routinely broken using ciphertexts alone. Cryptographers developed statistical techniques for attacking ciphertext, such as frequency analysis. Mechanical encryption devices such as Enigma made these attacks much more difficult (although, historically, Polish cryptographers were able to mount a successful ciphertext-only cryptanalysis of the Enigma by exploiting an insecure protocol for indicating the message settings). More advanced ciphertext-only attacks on the Enigma were mounted in Bletchley Park during World War II, by intelligently guessing plaintexts corresponding to intercepted ciphertexts.
Every modern cipher attempts to provide protection against ciphertext-only attacks. The vetting process for a new cipher design standard usually takes many years and includes exhaustive testing of large quantities of ciphertext for any statistical departure from random noise. See: Advanced Encryption Standard process. Also, the field of steganography evolved, in part, to develop methods like mimic functions that allow one piece of data to adopt the statistical profile of another. Nonetheless poor cipher usage or reliance on home-grown proprietary algorithms that have not been subject to thorough scrutiny has resulted in many computer-age encryption systems that are still subject to ciphertext-only attack.

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What is INTERPOLATION ATTACK? What does INTERPOLATION ATTACK mean? INTERPOLATION ATTACK meaning - INTERPOLATION ATTACK definition - INTERPOLATION ATTACK explanation.
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In cryptography, an interpolation attack is a type of cryptanalytic attack against block ciphers.
After the two attacks, differential cryptanalysis and linear cryptanalysis, were presented on block ciphers, some new block ciphers were introduced, which were proven secure against differential and linear attacks. Among these there were some iterated block ciphers such as the KN-Cipher and the SHARK cipher. However, Thomas Jakobsen and Lars Knudsen showed in the late 90's that these ciphers were easy to break by introducing a new attack called the interpolation attack.
In the attack, an algebraic function is used to represent an S-box. This may be a simple quadratic, or a polynomial or rational function over a Galois field. Its coefficients can be determined by standard Lagrange interpolation techniques, using known plaintexts as data points. Alternatively, chosen plaintexts can be used to simplify the equations and optimize the attack.
In its simplest version an interpolation attack expresses the ciphertext as a polynomial of the plaintext. If the polynomial has a relative low number of unknown coefficients, then with a collection of plaintext/ciphertext (p/c) pairs, the polynomial can be reconstructed. With the polynomial reconstructed the attacker then has a representation of the encryption, without exact knowledge of the secret key.
The interpolation attack can also be used to recover the secret key.
It is easiest to describe the method with an example.

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What is CHOSEN-CIPHERTEXT ATTACK? What does CHOSEN-CIPHERTEXT ATTACK mean? CHOSEN-CIPHERTEXT ATTACK meaning - CHOSEN-CIPHERTEXT ATTACK definition - CHOSEN-CIPHERTEXT ATTACK explanation.
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A chosen-ciphertext attack (CCA) is an attack model for cryptanalysis where the cryptanalyst can gather information by obtaining the decryptions of chosen ciphertexts. From these pieces of information the adversary can attempt to recover the hidden secret key used for decryption.
For formal definitions of security against chosen-ciphertext attacks, see for example: Michael Luby and Mihir Bellare et al.
A number of otherwise secure schemes can be defeated under chosen-ciphertext attack. For example, the El Gamal cryptosystem is semantically secure under chosen-plaintext attack, but this semantic security can be trivially defeated under a chosen-ciphertext attack. Early versions of RSA padding used in the SSL protocol were vulnerable to a sophisticated adaptive chosen-ciphertext attack which revealed SSL session keys. Chosen-ciphertext attacks have implications for some self-synchronizing stream ciphers as well. Designers of tamper-resistant cryptographic smart cards must be particularly cognizant of these attacks, as these devices may be completely under the control of an adversary, who can issue a large number of chosen-ciphertexts in an attempt to recover the hidden secret key.
It was not clear whether public key cryptosystems can withstand the chosen ciphertext attack until the initial work of Moni Naor and Moti Yung in 1990, which suggested a mode of dual encryption with integrity proof (now known as the "Naor-Yung" encryption paradigm).
When a cryptosystem is vulnerable to chosen-ciphertext attack, implementers must be careful to avoid situations in which an adversary might be able to decrypt chosen-ciphertexts (i.e., avoid providing a decryption oracle). This can be more difficult than it appears, as even partially chosen ciphertexts can permit subtle attacks. Additionally, other issues exist and some cryptosystems (such as RSA) use the same mechanism to sign messages and to decrypt them. This permits attacks when hashing is not used on the message to be signed. A better approach is to use a cryptosystem which is provably secure under chosen-ciphertext attack, including (among others) RSA-OAEP secure under the random oracle heuristics, Cramer-Shoup and many forms of authenticated symmetric encryption when one uses symmetric encryption rather than public key cryptography.
Chosen-ciphertext attacks, like other attacks, may be adaptive or non-adaptive. In an adaptive chosen-ciphertext attack, the attacker can use the results from prior decryptions to inform their choices of which ciphertexts to have decrypted. In a non-adaptive attack, the attacker chooses the ciphertexts to have decrypted without seeing any of the resulting plaintexts. After seeing the plaintexts, the attacker can no longer obtain the decryption of additional ciphertexts.
A specially noted variant of the chosen-ciphertext attack is the "lunchtime", "midnight", or "indifferent" attack, in which an attacker may make adaptive chosen-ciphertext queries but only up until a certain point, after which the attacker must demonstrate some improved ability to attack the system. The term "lunchtime attack" refers to the idea that a user's computer, with the ability to decrypt, is available to an attacker while the user is out to lunch. This form of the attack was the first one commonly discussed: obviously, if the attacker has the ability to make adaptive chosen ciphertext queries, no encrypted message would be safe, at least until that ability is taken away. This attack is sometimes called the "non-adaptive chosen ciphertext attack"; here, "non-adaptive" refers to the fact that the attacker cannot adapt their queries in response to the challenge, which is given after the ability to make chosen ciphertext queries has expired.

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Chosen Plaintext attack on DES exploiting the Bit-wise complement property

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What is PLAINTEXT-AWARE ENCRYPTION? What does PLAINTEXT-AWARE ENCRYPTION mean? PLAINTEXT-AWARE ENCRYPTION meaning - PLAINTEXT-AWARE ENCRYPTION definition - PLAINTEXT-AWARE ENCRYPTION explanation.
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Plaintext-awareness is a notion of security for public-key encryption. A cryptosystem is plaintext-aware if it is difficult for any efficient algorithm to come up with a valid ciphertext without being aware of the corresponding plaintext.
From a lay point of view, this is a strange property. Normally, a ciphertext is computed by encrypting a plaintext. If a ciphertext is created this way, its creator would be aware, in some sense, of the plaintext. However, many cryptosystems are not plaintext-aware. As an example, consider the RSA cryptosystem without padding. In the RSA cryptosystem, plaintexts and ciphertexts are both values modulo N (the modulus). Therefore, RSA is not plaintext aware: one way of generating a ciphertext without knowing the plaintext is to simply choose a random number modulo N.
In fact, plaintext-awareness is a very strong property. Any cryptosystem that is semantically secure and is plaintext-aware is actually secure against a chosen-ciphertext attack, since any adversary that chooses ciphertexts would already know the plaintexts associated with them.
The concept of plaintext-aware encryption was developed by Mihir Bellare and Phillip Rogaway in their paper on optimal asymmetric encryption, as a method to prove that a cryptosystem is chosen-ciphertext secure.
Limited research on plaintext-aware encryption has been done since Bellare and Rogaway's paper. Although several papers have applied the plaintext-aware technique in proving encryption schemes are chosen-ciphertext secure, only three papers revisit the concept of plaintext-aware encryption itself, both focussed on the definition given by Bellare and Rogaway that inherently require random oracles. Plaintext-aware encryption is known to exist when a public-key infrastructure is assumed. Also, it has been shown that weaker forms of plaintext-awareness exist under the knowledge of exponent assumption, a non-standard assumption about Diffie-Hellman triples. Finally a variant of the Cramer Shoup encryption scheme was shown to be fully plaintext aware in the standard model under the knowledge of exponent assumption.

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Cryptanalysis Of Affine Cipher With Example | Part 2 | Mono-alphabetic Substitution Cryptography.
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What is KNOWN-PLAINTEXT ATTACK? What does KNOWN-PLAINTEXT ATTACK mean? KNOWN-PLAINTEXT ATTACK meaning - KNOWN-PLAINTEXT ATTACK definition - KNOWN-PLAINTEXT ATTACK explanation.
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The known-plaintext attack (KPA) is an attack model for cryptanalysis where the attacker has access to both the plaintext (called a crib), and its encrypted version (ciphertext). These can be used to reveal further secret information such as secret keys and code books. The term "crib" originated at Bletchley Park, the British World War II decryption operation.
The usage "crib" was adapted from a slang term referring to cheating (e.g., "I cribbed my answer from your test paper.") A "crib" originally was a literal or interlinear translation of a foreign-language text — usually a Latin or Greek text — that students might be assigned to translate from the original language.
The idea behind a crib is that cryptologists were looking at incomprehensible ciphertext, but if they had a clue about some word or phrase that might be expected to be in the ciphertext, they would have a "wedge," a test to break into it. If their otherwise random attacks on the cipher managed to sometimes produce those words or (preferably) phrases, they would know they might be on the right track. When those words or phrases appeared, they would feed the settings they had used to reveal them back into the whole encrypted message to good effect.
In the case of Enigma, the German High Command was very meticulous about the overall security of the Enigma system and understood the possible problem of cribs. The day-to-day trench operators, on the other hand, were less careful. The Bletchley Park team would guess some of the plaintext based upon when the message was sent. For instance, a daily weather report was transmitted by the Germans, at the same time every day. Due to the regimented style of military reports, it would contain the word Wetter (German for "weather") at the same location in every message and knowing the local weather conditions helped Bletchley Park guess other parts of the plaintext as well. Other operators too would send standard salutations or introductions. Another example was an officer in the Afrika Korps who helped greatly by constantly sending, "Nothing to report."
At Bletchley Park in World War II, strenuous efforts were made to use and even force the Germans to produce messages with known plaintext. For example, when cribs were lacking, Bletchley Park would sometimes ask the Royal Air Force to "seed" a particular area in the North Sea with mines (a process that came to be known as gardening, by obvious reference). The Enigma messages that were soon sent out would most likely contain the name of the area or the harbour threatened by the mines.
When a captured German revealed under interrogation that Enigma operators had been instructed to encode numbers by spelling them out, Alan Turing reviewed decrypted messages and determined that the number “eins” ("one") was the most common string in the plaintext. He automated the crib process, creating the Eins Catalogue, which assumed that “eins” was encoded at all positions in the plaintext. The catalogue included every possible position of the various rotors, starting positions, and keysettings of the Enigma.
The Polish Cipher Bureau had likewise exploited "cribs" in the "ANX method" before World War II (the Germans' use of "AN", German for "to", followed by "X" as a spacer to form the text "ANX".)

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When discussing encryption we frequently use two terms: plaintext andciphertext. The plaintext is the original message that the sender wants to securely deliver to the receiver. The ciphertext is the message that is actually transmitted over the insecure channel. Before transmission, the sender transforms the plaintext into the ciphertext—this is encryption. When the ciphertext is received, the receiver must transform the ciphertext back into the plaintext—this is decryption. To be secure, encryption and decryption must require that the sender and receiver possess some secret information or key. The goal of most encryption systems is to ensure that the ciphertext cannot be decrypted—transformed back into the plaintext—without that secret key. This prevents an adversary or anyone able to eavesdrop on the connection from recovering the original message plaintext.
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Til Til

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Oorja Mathur

Cryptography
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intrigano

This talk is an introduction to finding and exploiting vulnerabilities in block ciphers using FEAL-4 as a case study. Attendees will learn how cryptanalysis can be used to break ciphers by finding the key with less computational effort than exhaustive search. After an introduction to block cipher components and structure, we will study the incredibly broken FEAL-4 algorithm. By exploiting statistical biases in the cipher, attendees will learn how to build a differential attack and ultimately recover the key.
Attendees should have a basic understanding of binary operations like XOR and a general familiarity with bits and bytes. Jon will guide attendees through the fundamentals of modern cryptanalysis while keeping the math to a minimum. That said, this talk is focused on the nitty gritty details of cipher vulnerabilities and how differential cryptanalysis can be applied to them.
Jon is also able to provide overviews of other cryptanalytic attacks (linear, boomerang, impossible differential, slide, etc..) if time permits and there is interest.
About the speaker:
Jon King is an active-duty member of the US Navy that enjoys breaking security as a hobby. He primarily focuses on finding vulnerabilities in high-security locks and tamper-evident devices. Additionally, Jon studies cryptanalysis with a focus on implementing realistic attacks against modern block ciphers. Despite having very little math background, he has digested the writings of the academic cryptography world and is available to translate their esoteric math-talk.

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Keith Simonsen

Elgamal Encryption and Decryption with examples explained in detail with known plaintext attack.

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DrVikasThada

Proofs in Cryptography
Lecture 12 ROM Construction Example - CPA secure RSA Encryption
ALPTEKİN KÜPÇÜ
Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Engineering
Koç University
http://crypto.ku.edu.tr

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KOLT KU

CBC padding attacks
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About this course: Cryptography is an indispensable tool for protecting information in computer systems. In this course you will learn the inner workings of cryptographic systems and how to correctly use them in real-world applications. The course begins with a detailed discussion of how two parties who have a shared secret key can communicate securely when a powerful adversary eavesdrops and tampers with traffic. We will examine many deployed protocols and analyze mistakes in existing systems. The second half of the course discusses public-key techniques that let two parties generate a shared secret key.

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intrigano

BEAST: Surprising crypto attack against HTTPS - Thai Duong & Juliano Rizzo
ekoparty security conference 2011 #eko7
We present a new fast block-wise chosen-plaintext attack against SSL/TLS. We also describe one application of the attack that allows an adversary to efficiently decrypt and obtain authentication tokens and cookies from HTTPS requests. Our exploit abuses a vulnerability present in the SSL/TLS implementation of major Web browsers at the time of writing.

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ekoparty security conference

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Rezky Wulandari

Ciphertexts produced by any short key ciphers do commit to the single plaintext that generated them. No equivocation. This commitment is the basis for brute-force cryptanalysis, and also the basis for probability-modified, much more efficient, cryptanalysis. It condemns today's master ciphers (e.g. AES) to sustain ongoing erosion of their efficacy.

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Gideon Samid

Ethical Hacking - Cryptography
Watch more videos at https://www.tutorialspoint.com/videotutorials/index.htm
Lecture By: Mr. Sharad Kumar, Tutorials Point India Private Limited

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Tutorials Point (India) Pvt. Ltd.

This is an introduction of the application of linear algebra in cryptography: the Hill Cipher. The basic encryption and decryption methods are introduced. Also, one kind of the cipher attacks, the known plaintext attack, is also included.

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Patricia Gong

This video shows how to decrypt the ciphertext when the key is known.
Decryption (unknown key): http://youtu.be/LaWp_Kq0cKs
Encryption: http://youtu.be/izFivfLjD5E

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Theoretically

This is a video companion to my slide attack tutorial. The tutorial itself can be found here:
http://theamazingking.com/crypto-slide.php
I shot the above ghetto-style using drawings as slides and walk through the juicy bits of how a basic slide attack works.

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Jon King

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