What is AES Advanced Encryption Standard ❓

Types of AES encryption and the way they work

  1. AES 128 encryption:

Process of Encryption

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  • The first line remains unaltered.
  • The 2nd line has been moved one (byte) to 1 side.
  • There had been adjustments withinside the 1/3 line.
  • The fourth line has been moved more than once, bringing approximately any other shape created from tantamount sixteen bytes modified.

MixColumns

SubBytes

Addroundkey

AES decryption

AES 128 compared to 256 encryption

AES compared to RSA encryption

  • self-scrambling plate drives
  • encryption of informational collections
  • encryption of restrict

AES compared to DES encryption

Progressed Encryption Standard version

Is AES steady?

  1. Known-key extraordinary attacks

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