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  • All used precisely the same custom-designed 56-bit (!)

    The Best Calculator Ever

  • The Data Encryption Standard (DES), which uses a 56-bit key (the more bits, the stronger the protection), has been around for years.

    Cracking The Federal Code

  • First it was the 40-bit key, a few months later the 48-bit key, followed by the 56-bit key, and later the 512 bit has been broken ...

    Boing Boing: February 9, 2003 - February 15, 2003 Archives

  • DES (Data Encryption Standard) uses a 56-bit key to scramble the data.

    Transform

  • DES (Data Encryption Standard) uses a 56-bit key to scramble the data.

    Protection

  • DES (Data Encryption Standard) uses a 56-bit key to scramble the data.

    Transform

  • In January, the Electronic Frontier Foundation decrypted a message encoded with the 56-bit Data Encryption Standard in 22.5 hours.

    Crypto Set for a Quantum Leap

  • With respect to our existing policy, we have for two years ending this December, permitted the export of 56-bit products after an initial one-time review without further review by the government.

    Briefing On Encryption

  • The new guidelines also allow encryption hardware and software products with encryption strength up to 56-bit DES or equivalent to be exported without a license, after a one time technical review, to all users outside the seven terrorist countries.

    Statement By The Press Secretary On Encryption Policy

  • Exports of 56-bit DES and equivalent products (hardware and software) will be streamlined (under license exception).

    Fact Sheet On Administration Updates Encryption Policy

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