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i have googled about serpent algorithm and i didn't found anything that can get me through to the calculation. What is serpent algorithm exactly? why so difficult to get the calculation?
any reference?

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-Rudy
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rudy-peto 25-May-15 9:07am    
Thanks, i already checked them before. but still didn't have any idea.
rudy-peto 25-May-15 9:10am    
Especially i checked here : http://en.kryptotel.net/serpent.html
What is encryption key? is it a key that already encrypted or just a 'fresh' key?
Raje_ 25-May-15 9:16am    
Check this pdf file http://cryptosoft.net/docs/Serpent.pdf go for 4th point "The Key Schedule".
rudy-peto 25-May-15 9:19am    
Thanks again, i will try to understand..
Probably you need to improve your search skills. This cipher is found much easier than most other things. Please see:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serpent_%28cipher%29[^].

The implementation is also easy to find. For example, Serpent is a part of Crypto++:
http://www.cryptopp.com/wiki/Serpent[^].

The library itself is open-source, so you can download the source: http://www.cryptopp.com/#download[^].

I believe you can find more: http://bfy.tw/1G[^].

—SA
 
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