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    Generalized and Modified Feistel

    Hi guys,
    someone knows what is the difference between a Feistel Network and its modified versions? And between a Feistel Network and its generalized versions? Some useful links that allows me to understand which are all these versions?
    Thanks.

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    Excuse me, but I do not see where is the answer to my question.

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    List of Feistel ciphers

    Feistel or modified Feistel: Blowfish, Camellia, CAST-128, DES, FEAL, ICE, KASUMI, LOKI97, Lucifer, MARS, MAGENTA, MISTY1, RC5, TEA, Triple DES, Twofish, XTEA

    Generalised Feistel: CAST-256, MacGuffin, RC2, RC6, Skipjack

    right there on the site, read them and find the differences, or do you want us to read it for you too and make a list of all the differences...?
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    Hi

    Omero77, the article is actually a fairly good starting point to answer your questions.

    If you read it, you would have learned that there are several kinds of
    generalisations of a Feistel Network / cipher.

    Generalisations generally refer to modifications of such a kind that the
    traditional Feistel Network is a subset of the generalised version.

    For example, an unbalanced Feistel Network (one generalisation) can be
    mapped to the traditional one by setting L_0 = R_0. If you would read
    the description of the Skipjack algorithm you see that a 80bit key is used
    to encrypt a 64bit data block.

    Now, if you are confused by that, first learn about the construction of a
    blockcipher.

    There are other types of generalisations (e.g. realised in GDES (not mentioned
    in the article), realised in RC2, ...) and even an actual example is the "new"
    CLEFIA[1], invented by Sony, which enables the Feistel Network to apply in a
    feasible way diffusion switching. In traditional Feistel Networks, this
    techniques is too costly.

    ...

    or do you want us to read it for you too and make a list of all the differences...?
    Haha, I am close to ...

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    I did not mean to give annoyance to nobody and not even that someone read all for me. I had only need of knowing which are the differences in via completely general and not entering in the details today (I am able to do this alone because I am not abolutely confused on the priciples of block ciphers). If I had time to enter in the details by nowI would not post the question on the forum.
    Perhaps I am not the only that don't know the answer.

    Look at this.

    http://www.sis.uncc.edu/~yzheng/publ...cipher-fig.pdf

    My question was if there were some other varying beyond these!

    I'll resolve this "LITTLE" problem alone.

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