PRESENT

PRESENT is a new ultra lightweight block cipher algorithm, developed by the Orange Labs (France), Ruhr University Bochum (Germany) and the Technical University of Denmark. PRESENT is designed by Andrey Bogdanov, Lars R. Knudsen, Gregor Leander, Christof Paar, Axel Poschmann, Matthew J. B. Robshaw, Yannick Seurin, and C. Vikkelsoe. It is one of the most compact encryption methods ever designed and is 2.5 times smaller than AES (Advanced Encryption Standard).[1] The block size is 64 bits and the key size can be 80 bit or 128 bit. It is intended to be used in situations where low-power consumption and high chip efficiency is desired. The International Organization for Standardization and the International Electrotechnical Commission included PRESENT in the new international standard for lightweight cryptographic methods


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  1. Yasuda, Kan: A new variant of PMAC: beyond the birthday bound (2011)
  2. Badel, Stéphane; Dağtekin, Nilay; Nakahara, Jorge jun.; Ouafi, Khaled; Reffé, Nicolas; Sepehrdad, Pouyan; Sušil, Petr; Vaudenay, Serge: ARMADILLO: A multi-purpose cryptographic primitive dedicated to hardware (2010)
  3. Geiselmann, Willi; Matheis, Kenneth; Steinwandt, Rainer: PET SNAKE: a special purpose architecture to implement an algebraic attack in hardware (2010)
  4. Paar, Christof; Pelzl, Jan: Understanding cryptography. A textbook for students and practitioners. Foreword by Bart Preneel. (2010)
  5. Stankovski, Paul: Greedy distinguishers and nonrandomness detectors (2010)
  6. Caranti, A.; Dalla Volta, F.; Sala, M.: On some block ciphers and imprimitive groups (2009)
  7. Collard, B.; Standaert, F.-X.: A statistical saturation attack against the block cipher PRESENT (2009)
  8. Etrog, Jonathan; Robshaw, Matt J. B.: The cryptanalysis of reduced-round SMS4 (2009)
  9. Gong, Zheng; Hartel, Pieter; Nikova, Svetla; Zhu, Bo: Towards secure and practical MACs for body sensor networks (2009)
  10. Nakahara, Jorge jun.; Sepehrdad, Pouyan; Zhang, Bingsheng; Wang, Meiqin: Linear (hull) and algebraic cryptanalysis of the block cipher PRESENT (2009)
  11. Özen, Onur; Varıcı, Kerem; Tezcan, Cihangir; Kocair, Çelebi: Lightweight block ciphers revisited: cryptanalysis of reduced round \textttPRESENTand \textttHIGHT (2009)
  12. Wallner, Sebastian: Designing low-cost cryptographic hardware for wired or wireless point-to-point connections (2009)
  13. Bogdanov, Andrey; Leander, Gregor; Paar, Christof; Poschmann, Axel; Robshaw, Matt J. B.; Seurin, Yannick: Hash functions and RFID tags: mind the gap (2008)
  14. Courtois, Nicolas T.; Debraize, Blandine: Specific S-box criteria in algebraic attacks on block ciphers with several known plaintexts (2008)
  15. Gilbert, Henri; Robshaw, Matthew J. B.; Seurin, Yannick: HB(^#): Increasing the security and efficiency of HB(^+) (2008)
  16. Kaps, Jens-Peter: Chai-Tea, cryptographic hardware implementations of xTEA (2008)
  17. Rolfes, Carsten; Poschmann, Axel; Leander, Gregor; Paar, Christof: Ultra-lightweight implementations for smart devices -- security for 1000 gate equivalents (2008)
  18. Bogdanov, A.; Knudsen, L. R.; Leander, G.; Paar, C.; Poschmann, A.; Robshaw, M. J. B.; Seurin, Y.; Vikkelsoe, C.: PRESENT: An ultra-lightweight block cipher (2007)
  19. Katz, Jonathan: Efficient cryptographic protocols based on the hardness of learning parity with noise (2007)

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