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aes with vector permutations online

My quals paper was on making AES implementations more secure by using vector permutations to compute the S-box. Only recently did I get around to cleaning up and releasing the code. It's hosted at Stanford's crypto site for export control stupid reasons. It's in the public domain, so use it for whatever. Except not anything too important, since it's version 0.5 and needs more testing.

In completely unrelated news, I misbooked my Thanksgiving flight. Delta wants $180-$200 to change it... might as well just get another ticket. This is probably the point, though you'd expect them to make it more worthwhile to fly Delta again instead of rebooking on some other carrier.

— Mike Hamburg, November 10, 2009, 6:47 PM