Crypto++  8.2
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SKIPJACK Class Reference

SKIPJACK block cipher. More...

+ Inheritance diagram for SKIPJACK:

Public Types

typedef BlockCipherFinal< ENCRYPTION, Enc > Encryption
 
typedef BlockCipherFinal< DECRYPTION, Dec > Decryption
 
- Public Types inherited from BlockCipherDocumentation
typedef BlockCipher Encryption
 implements the BlockCipher interface
 
typedef BlockCipher Decryption
 implements the BlockCipher interface
 

Additional Inherited Members

- Static Public Member Functions inherited from SKIPJACK_Info
static CRYPTOPP_DLL const char *CRYPTOPP_API StaticAlgorithmName ()
 
- Static Public Member Functions inherited from FixedKeyLength< 10 >
static size_t CRYPTOPP_API StaticGetValidKeyLength (size_t keylength)
 The default key length for the algorithm provided by a static function. More...
 
- Static Public Attributes inherited from FixedBlockSize< 8 >
static const int BLOCKSIZE
 The block size of the algorithm provided as a constant.
 
- Static Public Attributes inherited from FixedKeyLength< 10 >
static const int KEYLENGTH
 The default key length used by the algorithm provided as a constant. More...
 
static const int MIN_KEYLENGTH
 The minimum key length used by the algorithm provided as a constant. More...
 
static const int MAX_KEYLENGTH
 The maximum key length used by the algorithm provided as a constant. More...
 
static const int DEFAULT_KEYLENGTH
 The default key length used by the algorithm provided as a constant. More...
 
static const int IV_REQUIREMENT
 The default IV requirements for the algorithm provided as a constant. More...
 
static const int IV_LENGTH
 The default IV length used by the algorithm provided as a constant. More...
 

Detailed Description

SKIPJACK block cipher.

The Crypto++ implementation conforms to SKIPJACK and KEA Algorithm Specifications published by NIST in May 1998. The library passes known answer tests available in NIST SP800-17, Table 6, pp. 140-42.

See also
SKIPJACK and KEA Algorithm Specifications (May 1998), SKIPJACK on the Crypto++ wiki

Definition at line 35 of file skipjack.h.


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