Turing (cipher)

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Turing is a stream cipher developed by Gregory G. Rose and Philip Hawkes at Qualcomm for CDMA.[1] It is designed to be fast in software and achieves around 5.5 cycles/byte on some x86 processors.

Turing generates 160 bits of output in each round by applying a non-linear filter to the internal state of an LFSR. It is named after Alan Turing.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ Gregory G. Rose and Philip Hawkes, Turing: A Fast Stream Cipher, Fast Software Encryption 2003, pp. 290–306 (PDF).

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