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4 Find a relation between kl, k3, IV1, IV2, PI, P2 and A. Similarly, find a relation between kl, k3, IV1, P3,Pq,A, and B. 5 Deduce a (smart) attack that recovers kl and k3. Once this is done, how can k2 be recovered? Compute the complexity of the attack. 5. 6. Attacking the OFBlCBClECB mode of operation 28 EXERCISE BOOK Exercise 12 Attacks on Encryption Modes II We use the notations of the previous exercise. 7 for two plaintext blocks). For this attack, we mount a chosen-ciphertext attack. Moreover, the adversary will have the ability to choose the value of IV2 (the values of IV1 and IV3 are only known and fixed).
The plaintext is the input of the first block cipher and the ciphertext is the output of the last block cipher. 2). lie lie. + What is the complexity (in terms of number of encryptions) of the exhaustive key search of Algorithm 2 on the block cipher? What is the complexity of a similar exhaustive key search on a cascade of L block ciphers? Give the name of an attack which reduces this complexity for the specific case where L = 2. Recall its complexity. Algorithm 2 Exhaustive key search algorithm Input: a plaintext/ciphertext pair (P,C) such that C = Ek(P) Output: key candidate(s) for k Processing: 1: for each possible key K do 2: if C = EK (P)then 3: display K 4: end if 5: end for We now wonder how many (wrong) keys are displayed by Algorithm 2.
N ) ) to the oracle is P ~ [= Eki]. The cryptanalyst iteratively queries the oracle with randomly selected keys, in an independent way, until he finds the right one. Note that, as the queries are independent, the complexity could in principle be infinite (we say that the algorithm is memoryless). The strategy of the cryptanalyst is to select a distribution for his queries. , when K is uniformly distributed). How do you improve the attack? 2 If the a priori distribution of the keys is not uniform (but known by the adversary), what is the best memoryless algorithm for finding the key with the oracle?