1) The first key recovery attack on the full AES-128 with computational complexity 2126.1. 2) The first key recovery attack on the full AES-192 with computational complexity 2^189.7. 3) The first key recovery attack on the full AES-256 with computational complexity 2^254.4. 4) Attacks with lower complexity on the reduced-round versions of AES not considered before, including an attack on 8-round AES-128 with complexity 2^124.9. 5) Preimage attacks on compression functions based on the full AES versions.
In contrast to most shortcut attacks on AES variants, we do not need to assume any related-keys. Most of our attacks only need a very small part of the codebook and have small memory requirements, and are practically verified to a large extent. As our attacks are of high computational complexity, they do not threaten the practical use of AES in any way.Category / Keywords: secret-key cryptography / block ciphers, bicliques, AES, key recovery, preimag Publication Info: The full version of a paper accepted to ASIACRYPT'11 Date: received 16 Aug 2011, last revised 31 Aug 2011 Contact author: andrey bogdanov at esat kuleuven be, dkhovrat@microsoft com, christian rechberger@groestl info, Available format(s): PDF | BibTeX Citation Version: 20110831:221002 (All versions of this report) Discussion forum: Show discussion | Start new discussion