AES Rijndael

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AES Rijndael

Post by flava on Mon Aug 03, 2009 1:08 pm
([msg=27823]see AES Rijndael[/msg])

All I can find about the Rijndael Key Schedule - rotate is the same example from wikipedia over and over again:
32 bit word like 1d2c3a4f and 'rotate' it left 8 bit-s until you have 2c3a4f1d.
Am I missing something or are the actually just slicing off the first 8 bits and attaching them onto the end?
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Re: AES Rijndael

Post by htomeht on Tue Aug 04, 2009 1:47 pm
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That is just the first of several parts in the key schedule.
As a matter of fact there is a lot of information on the wikipedia page..
That includes this reference http://www.samiam.org/key-schedule.html
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