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AES Decryption

B Hea

Joined: May 08, 2012
Posts: 1
Hi, I came across this site randomly when doing a Google search for AES decryption.

I have a formula that I want to know if it will crack AES?

I'm attaching pictures of the formula because I wasn't about to try to type some of the symbols.

Also the O after the Y is Supposed to be (Sigma)

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Jesper de Jong
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B Hea wrote:I have a formula that I want to know if it will crack AES?

So you want to crack AES encryption, in other words you want to decrypt some AES-encrypted data without having the key?

That's going to be very hard. Nobody has ever been able to do that.

I have no idea what those formulas in those pictures mean.

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Tim Moores

Joined: Sep 21, 2011
Posts: 2409
I agree. Here's the link:
subject: AES Decryption
It's not a secret anymore!