DNA-Based Efficient Evaluation of the S-Boxes' Resistance to Differential Cryptanalysis
Abstract:This paper outlines the application of DNA computing in the information security field. In this paper, we describe a kind of parallel XOR function model based on DNA chip, hybridization, and enzyme-cut technology. Then we apply the model to the efficient evaluation of the S-boxes' resistance to differential cryptanalysis. From the application, we evaluate the output XOR value distribution statistics of S-boxes and estimate the security of DES.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2007-11-01
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