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    Looking for cryptographers


    hye to all of u..

    I'm looking for anyone who knows how to develop a block cipher - key-dependent AES (128 bit)..Strictly for research purposes and the developer will get his/her name to be copyrighted or patented with the algorithm..do reply asap..

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    Re: list of cryptographers


    Hello,

    I think you refer to the en.wikipedia.org for the list of cryptographers.


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    Originally Posted by Carlos Henry
    ... to develop a block cipher - key-dependent AES (128 bit) ...
    Only 128 bits?
    Next year we'll have quantum computers!

    Better use OTP with true white noise.
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    woo..i think thats the list for all the superb cryptographers..what i mean is i'm looking for students or freelance cryptographers or maybe volunteers that do have time to help me develop the key-dependent AES algorithm..its based on the original AES..only minor changes need to be done on the original one..
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    Originally Posted by leszek31417
    Only 128 bits?
    Next year we'll have quantum computers!

    Better use OTP with true white noise.
    yup..quantum = future.. but its for research purposes..we have to build a new key-dependent AES 128bit (changing a little bit here and there of the original AES)..run the NIST test and do some cryptanalysis work on it..
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    Originally Posted by leszek31417
    Next year we'll have quantum computers!
    Have I got a bridge for you .......
    Right 98% of the time, and don't care about the other 3%.

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