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Blb2. The final semi-weak keys are obtained by applying PCI-I on (C, D ) and on (C1,Dl). The existence of semi-weak keys is known at least since the publication of [14]. 2. Semi-weak key pairs of DES Solution 3 Complementation Property of DES and that Z @y = x @ y. The initial and 1 First note that Z @y = final permutations (IP and IP-l) do not have any influence on our computations, so we will not consider them. We can write one round of DES as K)) (CL,CR) +- (PR,PL@ F(PR, where PL and PR denote the left and right half of the plaintext, respectively, where CL and CR denote the left and right half of the ciphertext and where K denotes the key.

Now, we are given two (fixed) ~ . have values P, C E { O , I ) ~ We where the last sum simply is the number of permutations mapping P on C , which is the number of permutations of a set of cardinality 264 - 1. Finally, Pr[C*(P)= C] = 39 Conventional Cryptography 3 We assume that PrK[3DESK(P) = C] = Prc* [C*(P) = C] = 2-". Multiplying this probability by the number of tried keys, we obtain the number of keys that are displayed: All the displayed keys (except one) are wrong keys! 4 We consider Algorithm 6.

Note that two independent keys are used here, one in the CBC mode, the other in the CFB mode. , that the block length is larger than the key length) and that all the IV 's are known to the adversary. For simplicity, we denote Eki and Dki by Ei and Di respectively. 3. 4. 4. 5. We are going to mount a chosen plaintext attack against it. The plaintext P we choose, is the concatenation of three n-bit blocks such that P = (A, A, B) (where A, B E (0, lIn denote arbitrary blocks of n bits). The three blocks of the corresponding ciphertexts are denoted C1, C2, and C3.

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