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DES vs AES-difference between DES and AES

This page on DES vs AES describes difference between DES and AES. Both are encryption or cryptography algorithms designed mainly to provide secure communication between two parties.


DES

DES stands for Data Encryption Standard and is based on 56 bit key length. DES was adopted initially prior to AES by federal government.

Download DES MATLAB Code➤➤


AES

AES stands for Advanced Encryption Standard and will provide option to select the key length. There are three options supported here,viz. 128 bit,192 bit and 256 bit key length. Higher the key length more time is required to break the system or hack the system. Hence AES is considered better compare to the DES algorithm.
AES Basics and MATLAB Code➤➤

To know more on AES algorithm refer Federal Information Processing Standards Publication 197 dated Nov. 26, 2001.

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