DES-X

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In cryptography, DES-X (or DESX) is an alternative to the DES (Data Encryption Standard) block cipher designed to increase the complexity of a brute force attack using a technique called key whitening. As DES suffers from brute force attack DES-X was a trial to overcome such drawbacks.

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