Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2015/329

PAGES - A Family of Block Ciiphers

Dieter Schmidt

Abstract: PAGES is a block cipher familiy basedon the design of Speck, see [1]. However, some intriguing design details of SPeck were not used in the design of PAGES. PAGES has a block size of 256 bit and comes in three versions:PAGES-512, PAGES-768 and PAGES-1024, where the number denotes the key length. The number of rounds is 64, 96, and 128, respectively. PAGES uses 128 bit variables, that is half of the block size.

Category / Keywords: secret-key cryptography / block cipher

Date: received 12 Apr 2015, last revised 29 Sep 2015

Contact author: Dieter Schmidt 37 at t-online de

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