Engineering homework help

Algorithm Report  10%        Due date Due Date 8/11 @11:59 PM

Take a sample of Plain text, encrypt this plaintext step by step using AES, you must show each step how it has been done with all tables and codes, till you generate the Ciphertext. the reverse your work step by step until you generate the Plaintext

Your plaintext is:

“Here you can encrypt a block of bytes with a key using the popular Advanced Encryption Standard cipher” . All the internal steps of the computation are shown, which can be helpful for anyone debugging their own AES implementation. In each of the 10/12/14 rounds, the sub-steps of SubBytes, ShiftRows, MixColumns, AddRoundKey, and key schedule are shown





Due date Due Date 8/11 @11:59 PM

Course Report 10% Due date Due Date 8/11 @11:59 PM

A class report is 20 pages, each page 300 word, single space with Arial font and size of 10

Titles and subtitles are in Arial font and size of 12 (bolds)

A Class report is a report to describe a cryptography algorithm, this report focuses on the algorithms mechanism and an example to explain the mechanism.

The report covers one of the following:

Lattice-Based Cryptography (You need to go through Vector Space first)

Quantum Cryptography

Post-quantum Cryptography




DEAL, a Feistel cipher using DES as the round function

The Tiny Encryption Algorithm, or TEA

LOKI97, one of the LOKI family of ciphers, from Australia

Course Report structure

The report has one section called:

The …… Algorithm

o Algorithm specificationo Encryption Procedure: step by step as algorithm (NOT programming Language)o Decryption procedure: step by step as algorithm (NOT programming Language)o Security analysiso Example: Step by Step

Course Report grades:

Report part


Algorithm specification


Encryption Procedure


Decryption procedure


Security analysis






Research Paper 20% Due date 8/12 @11: 59 PM

Each student will write a research paper, the paper focus on the technical, mathematical and the use ofCryptography application. Each student will be located ona project from the following list. OR you can select your application after you send me a short email describingyour interests

• Cryptography Access control• Cryptography key management• Cryptography Authentication• BB84 Protocol• Cryptography Quantum key distribution • Cryptography Quantum Coin Flipping• Symmetric encryption and message authentication material construction• Secured application-level data transport• Non-repudiation methods• Secret sharing methods• Secure multi-party computation • Cryptography formal model: Burrows–Abadi–Needham logic  • Cryptography formal model: Dolev–Yao model• Cryptography formal model: π-calculus (or pi-calculus)• Cryptography formal model: Protocol composition logic• PKI• SSL/TLS • Secure Shell • Network Link encryption• VPN• Wireless communication• Digital signature• Content encryption• Security Token• Identity federations• Steganography algorithms• Pseudorandom functions• Cryptography Protocols• Authentication protocols• Secure remote passwords• Bluetooth pairing• Common criteria (cryptography product)  certification and  accreditation• Cryptographic product selection criteria• Network Link encryption• VPN • Wireless communication• Device encryption• Content encryption • Physical Access and contactless Token • Identity Federation

Research paper Structure

• Introduction summary of the work• The benefit of the application • Application description• Application implementation description • Implementations issues (if any)• Application use (end user use) description• References

Research paper Format

Each research papers should not less than 25-30 pages,each page 300 word, single space  with Arial font and size of 10

Titles and subtitles are in Arial font and size of 12 (bolds)

Do not use pictures copied from the web, use graphic design through MS Visio

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