This crate defines a set of simple traits used to define functionality of block ciphers.
Block ciphers are keyed, deterministic permutations of a fixed-sized input "block" providing a reversible transformation to/from an encrypted output. They are one of the fundamental structural components of symmetric cryptography.
Type aliases for many constants.
Error struct which used with
The trait which defines in-place encryption and decryption over single block or several blocks in parallel.
Stateful block cipher which permits
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Key for an algorithm that implements
Blocks being acted over in parallel.