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In cryptography, Triple DES, or 3DES, is the common name for the Triple Data Encryption Algorithm (TDEA or Triple DEA) block cipher, which applies the Data Encryption Standard (DES) cipher algorithm three times to each data block.


Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is a cryptographic block cipher algorithm.

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"Should be as fast as 3des aes turned out to be much faster than 3des in software typically 5 to 10 times faster"

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Why is AES more secure than DES?

"Furthermore 3des is much slower than aes"

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Can we implement 512 key size with Triple Des algorithm



3des implementations may be less vulnerable to side channel attacks although it certainly is not immune from it;aes is harder to get right - as i ve come to understand - because of it s internal design table accesses

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Why to use 3DES and Blowfish instead of AES

3des is more expensive than aes for example

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HTTP vs HTTPS performance

This seems like a step backwards as aes is the current standard while 3des is no longer recommended

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ASPNET_REGIIS: Place AES key and IV into a KeyContainer

Note that the security margin of 3des is even lower;aes on the other hand can be used with 128 192 and 256 bits all of which are used

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AES256 vs 3DES 256 key detection

Des is the least secure 3des is better but i d go for the aes

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Encrypt and decrypt xml file content

Ek3 dk2 ek1 plaintext that is the definition of triple des 3des not des that is encrypt plaintext with des as with key 1 decrypt that result with key 2 encrypt that result with key 3 3des or triple des encrypts three time with des;so aes would be ek plaintext with aes

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AES using mathematical notation

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