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Turing generates 160 bits of output in each round by applying a non-linear filter to the internal state of an LFSR.
- Gregory G. Rose and Philip Hawkes, Turing: A Fast Stream Cipher, Fast Software Encryption 2003, pp290–306 (PDF).
- Antoine Joux and Frédéric Muller, A Chosen IV Attack Against Turing, Selected Areas in Cryptography 2003, pp194–207 (PDF).
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