Cryptography 7

DES (Data Encryption Standard)

DES :

DES adopted in 1977 by (NIST) National Institute of Slandered and Technology).

In DES data are encrypted in 64 bit block with a key length 56 bits and with output ciphertext 64 bits.

DES has the exact structure of Feistel Cipher but without Initial Permutation (IP) and Inverse Initial Permutation \(IP^{-1}\).

Key generator algorithm :

The key generator passes through many steps to produces subkeys.

1- Key generator algorithm take 64 bits key as input,the input key numbered in a table from 1 to 64 as the following:

2- Every eighth bit is ignored and produce 56 bits.

3- 56 bits passes through a permutation Choice one(PC-1)as the following:

4- The output is separated into two 28 bits C and D , the first 28 bits are called \({C}_{0}\)(left part) and the last 28 bits are called \({D}_{0}\).

5- At each round a circular left shift is preformed on \({C}_{i}-1\) and \({D}_{i}-1\) by 1 or 2 bits by the next table.

6- Then \({C}_{i}-1\) and \({D}_{i}-1\) in each round passes through permutation choice two (PC-2) to produces 48 bits.

7- The permutation Choice Two output in each round is use as input to encryption algorithm.

Encryption Algorithm :

There are two inputs to encryption algorithm 1- Plaintext 64 bits 2- Encryption key 48 bits.

Encryption algorithm also passes through many steps to produce a ciphertext, The next figure

1- The plaintext block 64 bits pass through an initial permutation (IP) that rearranged bits and produces the permuted input.

Initial Permutation :

A- Initial Permutation takes the plaintext as input table consists of 64 bits numbered from 1 to 64

B- Then the initial permutation will be permuted input 64 bits as the following :

C- The Inverse Initial Permutation is:

2- The permuted input block split into two halves each is 32 bits, the first 32 bits are called L and the last 32 bits are called R.

Now The F function will start by the rest of all steps.

3- Expand R 32 bits to 48 bits to fit the subkey by preform Expansion permutation(E) as the following:

4- Preform Exclusive-OR between the subkey and Expansion Permutation (E) on R .

E(\({R}_{i}\)-1)⊕ \({K}_{i}\).

5- The result of E(\({R}_{i}\)-1)⊕ \({K}_{i}\) pass through a substitution function and produces 32 bits output

Substitution Function :

Substitution Function is rolled by S-Box , S-Box consists of 8 boxes each of which accepts 6 bits as input and produces 4 bits output by the following:

A- Break the result of E(\({R}_{i}\)-1)⊕ \({K}_{i}\) into 8 blocks each contain 6 bits , These blocks are numbered from 1 to 8.

B- Each block will perform a substitution with S-Box with the same number by the following roles :

A- The first and the last bits of each block together as 2 bit value to indicate the number of row in the same number S-Box.

B- The middle four bits of each block together as-bit value to indicate the number of column in the same number S-Box.

C- The decimal value which selected by the row and the column converted to-bit value in all S-Boxes.

For Example :

Suppose the first 6 bits of the result of E(\({R}_{i}\)-1)⊕ \({K}_{i}\) = 010101.

So, the input to \({S}_{1}\) = 010101.

The row value = 0 1 = 1 (decimal).

The column value = 1010 = 10 (decimal).

The decimal value will be 12 = 1100 (4-bit value).

D- Combine results of each S-Box together 32 bits.

6- The result of the substitution operation (output of S-Boxes) passes through a Permutation Function (P).

At this point the function F is finished.

7- Perform Exclusive-OR between the output of the Permutation Function(P) and \({L}_{i}-1\) , and then put the result in \({R}_{i}\) , and put \({R}_{i}-1\) in\({L}_{i}\).

The overall formulas for DES Encryption Algorithm.

\({L}_{i}\) = \({R}_{i}-1\).

\({R}_{i}\) = \({L}_{i}-1\) ⊕ F(\({R}_{i}-1\),\({K}_{i}\)).

8- Perform 32-bit swap on the result of the final round , then perform Inverse Initial Permutation(\({IP}^{-1}\)) on the swapped data to produces the ciphertext 64 bits.

Decryption Algorithm :

The inputs to decryption algorithm are ciphertext and subkey \({K}_{i}\) but in reverse order, start with \({K}_{n}\) then \({K}_{(n-1)}\) and so on until \({K}_{1}\) in the last round.

Note: You can use DES-Calculator https://github.com/Hamza-Megahed/des-calculator to study each round in detail.

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