Re: advice sought on key/data histogram analysis of rijndael/128 and serpent
Date: Mon, 24 Oct 2005 17:29:34 GMT
In his second reply to a post of mine, lkcl wrote:
>>Then your data is way-far out from the expected.
> _tell_ me about it!!!!
About 1 in 100 trials should have p <= 0.01, and you are scoring
over 5000 of 204800 at that level. That is over 65 standard
deviations above the mean.
> now demonstrate to me where the flaw is,
> in the source code or in my reasoning.
Been there; done that.
Your code is buggy and unreadable, your graphs are ill-defined
to the point of nonsense, and by your own account, your lack
> this should _not_ be happening.
> it should _not_ be possible in any encryption
> algorithm to simply count the 1s and 0s of
> an encryption output and be able to draw
> conclusions about its input.
Which is probably why you've done no such thing.
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