AES Encryption

1 · Christian Cleberg · Dec. 8, 2018, midnight
Basic AES If you're not familiar with encryption techniques, AES is the Advanced Encryption Standard. This specification was established by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, sub-selected from the Rijndael family of ciphers (128, 192, and 256 bits) in 2001. Furthering its popularity and status, the US government chose AES as their default encryption method for top-secret data, removing the previous standard which had been in place since 1977. AES has proven to be an extremely sa...