IEEE 1619.1-2018 pdf free.IEEE Standard for Authenticated Encryption with Length Expansion for Storage Devices.
2. Normative references
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IEEE Sid l6l9. IEEE Standard forCryptographic Protection olData on Block-Oriented Storage Deices.:
Mc( rew. D.. and J. Viega. The (ialoisCounter Mode otOperation (GCM). lay 31. 2005.’
NIST FIPS lXO-2. Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) lXO-2 (August 1.2002). Announcing the Secure I lash Standard (Si IS).’
NIST FIPS 197. Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 197 (November 26. 2001). Announcing the Advanced Encryption Siandard(AES).
NIST FIPS 19K. Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 19K (March 2002 updated April K. 2002). The Keyed-I lash Message Authentication Code (I IMAC).
NIST Special Publication X(N)-3XA (NIST Sr KO0-38A). Recommendation for Block (‘ipher Modes of Operation: Methods and Techniques,
NIST Special Publication KO0-3KC (NIST SP X0O-3KC). Recommendation for Block Cipher Modes of Operation: The (CM Mode for Authentication and Confidentiality.
3. Definitions, acronyms, abbreviations, etc.
3.1 Definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply. The IEEE Siandartis Iiu iionarv Online should be consulted for terms not defined in this clause.
additional authenticated data: Information passed into an authenticated encryption routine that is authenticated hut not encrypted.
ads anccd eiicrvption standard (ES): The block cipher defined by NIST FIPS 197” See also: block cipher
block cipher A cryptographic primitive that uses a cipher key to create a pseudo-random permutation of a fixed-size bit string. See also: cipher key; plaiiitext; ciphertext.
cipher block chaining ((BC): A cryptographic mode of operation in which the ciphertcxt output from each cipher block feeds into the following cipher block (see NIST SP X0O-3XA).
cipher block chaIning initialiiation sector ((BC-I V): The IV input t’or the CBC modes. according to NIST SPXOO-3XA. See also:CBC-HMAC; initialization vector.IEEE 1619.1 pdf download.