Advanced encryption standard (AES)

Advanced encryption standard (AES),

Definition of Advanced encryption standard (AES):

  1. New encryption-decryption algorithm developed by financial industry for communication of accounting and money transfer information. It succeeds the Data Encryption Standard (DAS) algorithm whose code was broken in 1997. AES employs a block cipher of variable length between 128 to 256 bits, and can run on a variety of platforms from mainframes to desktop computers.

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