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Thus we are able to get the output value of EKout ⊕ Kout : T ⊕ T . For a pair of outputs of EKout ⊕ Kout that has a diﬀerence satisfying the constraint on the output diﬀerence of EKin in Fig. 1 can be applied to recover Kout in a straight-forward way. This section mainly describes the procedure of ﬁnding such a pair. Moreover, we provide a time-memory-data tradeoﬀ for recovering Kout . It is interesting to point out the diﬀerence for ﬁnding a target pair of recovering Kin and that of recovering Kout .
Next, we try to minimize each of time, data, and memory complexities. If we minimize the time complexity, we should choose (r, m, n, t) = (1, 6, 5, 0), which results in (data, time, memory)= (2448 , 2384 , 2360 ). If we minimize the data complexity, we should choose (r, m, n, t) = (4, 7, 5, t) which results in (data, time, memory)= (2257 , 2480+t , 2448−t ). If we minimize the memory complexity, we should choose (r, m, n, t) = (1, 6, 5, 144) which results in (data, time, memory)= (2449 , 2504 , 2240 ).
A series of analysis results have been published on these AES-like block ciphers (or unkeyed permutations) under the CBC MAC setting. Refer to [12,13,32,4,9]. , [32,9] use the impossible diﬀerential attack. The second approach is based on a hash function. Such designs with an AES-like hash function include HMACWhirlpool and HMAC-Grøstl. Surprisingly, there is NO algorithmic analysis result yet on these AES-like hash functions in the MAC setting to our best knowledge, though a side-channel attack was published on HMAC-Whirlpool .