Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2002/185
Turing, a fast stream cipher
Greg Rose and Philip Hawkes
Abstract: This paper proposes the Turing stream cipher. Turing offers up to 256-bit key strength, and is designed for extremely efficient software implementation. It combines an LFSR generator based on that of SOBER with a keyed mixing function reminiscent of a block cipher round. Aspects of the block mixer round have been derived from Rijndael, Twofish, tc24 and SAFER.
Category / Keywords: secret-key cryptography / Stream cipher, LFSR, Filter generator
Publication Info: Accepted to FSE 2003, Lund, SE.
Date: received 1 Dec 2002, last revised 16 Nov 2003
Contact author: ggr at qualcomm com
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Note: Georny Lou pointed out an error in our derivation of the binary equivalent polynomial, corrected in this paper.
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