DES - Decryption

A slecture on Cryptography by student Divya Agarwal and Katie Marsh.

Partly based on the Cryptography Summer 2015 lecture material of Paar.



1. Introduction

DEs as discussed is based on Feistel networks and in Feistel ciphers only the keyschedule has to be modified for decryption.


2. Derivation (Replace by appropriate section title)

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3. Example (Replace by appropriate section title)

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4. Conclusion (Replace by appropriate section title)

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5. References

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