Definition Edit

A stream cipher is

[a]n encryption algorithm that breaks plain text into a stream of successive elements (usually, bits) and encrypts the n-th plaintext element with the n-th element of a parallel key stream, thus converting the plaintext stream into a ciphertext stream.[1]

References Edit

  1. Internet Security Glossary, at 292.

See also Edit

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