[Ach] Cipher-Order: AES128/AES256 - was: Secure E-Mail Transport based on DNSSec/TLSA/DANE

Aaron Zauner azet at azet.org
Mon Nov 9 12:56:07 CET 2015

Adi Kriegisch wrote:
> I still am a proponent of leaving Camellia in Cipherstring-B, for
> example...

For a quick comparison on recent academic interest in CAMELLIA vs. AES,
try the IACR eprint search: https://eprint.iacr.org/search.html

There's only one chinese team working on CAMELLIA attacks as far as I
can tell, vs. a lot of people that work on AES attacks. As people have
mentioned before: a attack that will break AES will likely also break

My two cents,

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