Enhanced and authenticated cipher block chaining mode

Yasmeen Shaher Alslman, Ashraf Ahmad, Yousef AbuHour


Due to the increased attacks on different applications, data security has become crucial. Many modes can be used to operate the advanced encryption standard (AES), some of which provide integrity, and some outperform other modes in security and simplicity. In this paper, the chain block cipher (CBC) mode has been modified to provide more security to the encrypted data by making it robust against the bit-flipping attack and adding an integrity approach using the keyedhash function. In addition, using the keyd-hash function increases the number of keys needed in CBC-AES to two keys, and this can make the proposed model more secure against bruteforce attacks and Grover’s quantum search algorithm.


Authenticated modes; Chain block cipher; Cyber security; Encryption modes; Integrity

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v12i4.5113


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