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Re: Good archive of AES algorithms?

Anonymous writes:
>> Thanks to everyone who responded to me on the AES
>> archive. Most people pointed me to the counterpane.com
>> web site, which is very nice and well done, and answers
>> most of my questions. Unfortunately, though, Counterpane
>> itself is one of the candidates, so the site may not
>> exactly be unbiased. Is there any site with a similar scope
>> being run by a disinterested party?
>Apparently you did not see the post which directed you to
>http://www.nist.gov/aes/.  This is the home page for the AES.  It has
>links to independent analyses of the algorithms, as well as performance
>information.  From that page we find:
>Block Cipher Lounge
>        http://www.ii.uib.no/~larsr/aes.html
>cAESar Project
>        http://www.dice.ucl.ac.be/crypto/CAESAR/caesar.html
>Efficiency Testing Table
>        http://home.cyber.ee/helger/aes
>Efficiency Testing Results
>        http://www.seven77.demon.co.uk/aes.htm
>Analysis from Louis Granboulan
>        http://www.dmi.ens.fr/~granboul/recherche/AES.html
>NIST's preliminary efficiency testing results
>        http://csrc.nist.gov/encryption/aes/round1/nistefficiency1.pdf

Ah, I was so put off by the big brother process for
requsting a CD that I missed those links. Thanks!


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