By Mark Stamp, Richard M. Low
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Z) f o r each rotor setting Conipute required permutations to test Co and C1 f o r j = 0 to 25 S ( E ) = L, i f Co and CI hold then save putative rotor settings arid S ( E ) value L, end i f next j next rotor setting - To reiterate, the crucial observation here is that once we specify the rotor settings, all permutations Po, P I ,Pl,. . and P i 1 ,P;', P;', . . are known. Then if we substitute a putative value for S ( E ) , we can imniediately check the validity of both cycle equations. For an incorrect guess of S ( E ) (or incorrect rotor settings) there is a 1/26 chance any given cycle will hold true.
Suppose that Alice wants to send a message to Bob and they have decided to use the Hill cipher. First, the plaintext is divided into blocks po,pl,pz, . , each consisting of n letters. Alice then chooses an ri x n invertible matrix A, with the entries reduced modulo 26, which acts as the key. Encryption is accomplished by computing the ciphertext as ci = Api (mod 26) for each plaintext block pi. Bob decrypts the message by computing A-lci (mod 26), for each ciphertext block c i , where A-’ is the inverse of A , modulo 26.
And P i 1 ,P;', P;', . . are known. Then if we substitute a putative value for S ( E ) , we can imniediately check the validity of both cycle equations. For an incorrect guess of S ( E ) (or incorrect rotor settings) there is a 1/26 chance any given cycle will hold true. But with two cycles, there is only a ( 1/26)2 chance that both cycle equations will hold true. 2 ENIGMA 37 of possible initial rotor settings by a factor of 26. 3 putative rotor settings remaining. 3 can be extended to more than two cycles, in which case we obtain a proportionally greater reduction in the number of surviving keys.
Applied Cryptanalysis: Breaking Ciphers in the Real World by Mark Stamp, Richard M. Low