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AES

abbr.
advanced encryption standard
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Arcanum Editor in figure 2 is robust encryption software for texts, using a combination of Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), Bytes, Base64, Rot 13 and 1337 Speak encryption techniques.
Piuri, "Error analysis and detection procedures for a hardware implementation of the advanced encryption standard," IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol.
Rijmen, The Design of RIJNDAEL: AES--The Advanced Encryption Standard, Springer, Berlin, Germany, 2002.
GOEPEL electronic now supports Xilinx Spartan-6 FPGAs in protection against potential attackers and theft of intellectual property (IP) through the AES Programmer (Advanced Encryption Standard).
The solution uses a binary protocol to send and receive location data, with all transmissions secured by the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES).
The Advanced Encryption Standard or AES is a symmetric block cipher used by the U.S.
Voice and text messages are encrypted with 128-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) on the individual device level, meaning that even when, for example, the other party cannot be reached, the message is stored on the receiver[acute accent]s smartphone and only sent to the recipient when they are available.
This can be prevented by introducing different encryption scheme for different file formats such as Data Encryption Standard for least important files, Advanced Encryption Standard for image files and Homomorphic Encryption scheme for most important files.
The researchers tried to recover it by studying the electromagnetic emissions that occur during Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) operations, a technique known as differential power analysis.
This, combined with its de- duplication technology, and the fact that it uses FIPS- compliant Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption for security, ensures that Attix5 can be trusted to provide world-class solutions to its clients.
[3] AES (Advanced Encryption Standard), http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Encryption_Standard.
The Intel SSD 525 Series features Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) 128-bit encryption capabilities for added data protection should a device be stolen or lost.

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