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1 1`` ```` ```` ```` ```` ```` ```` ```` ```` ```` `` AEGIS A Fast Authenticated Encryption Algorithm Hongjun Wu Bart Preneel Nanyang Technological University KU Leuven and iMinds SAC 2013

2 2 Outline Authenticated Encryption (AE) design rationale security performance

3 3 Authenticated Encryption (AE) Unforgeable Encryption [Katz-Yung’00] Authenticated Encryption - Generic composition for probabilistic encryption [Bellare-Namprempre’00]  Encrypt-then-MAC (IPsec)  MAC-then-Encrypt (TLS)  Encrypt-and-MAC Note: nonce-based Authenticated Encryption seems more relevant [Rogaway’13]

4 4 AE: composition Encryption  block cipher in CBC, CFB modes nonce reuse: suboptimal but mostly ok in practice  synchronous stream cipher + block cipher in OFB/CTR performance may be better highly insecure with nonce reuse Message Authentication Code  MAC without nonce: robust HMAC, CMAC, EMAC, Pelican MAC, PMAC …  MAC with nonce: highly insecure if none reuse UMAC, GMAC, (VMAC, Poly1305-AES)

5 5 AE: building blocks ( Tweakable) block cipher Synchronous stream cipher with IV Pseudo-Random Function (PRF) Permutation AES round function reduction proof

6 6 AE: properties Associated data Parallelizable Online for encryption Security reduction Resistance to nonce reuse Incremental tags Flexible implementation sizes Performance: speed/size Secure implementations: constant time/…

7 AE: block cipher based # passes//Online (encr) Nonce Misue Patented IAPM1  XECB1  OCB1  CCM2 GCM1*  EAX2  CWC2  SIV2  BTM1  McOE-G1* 

8 8 Authenticated Encryption: speed Fastest software designs exploit AES new instruction set (AES-NI) on recent Intel CPUs  Westmere (2010) 6 cycles/AES round function, 3-stage pipeline  2 cycles/AES round (fully used pipeline)  Sandy Bridge/Ivy Bridge (2011) 8 cycles/AES round function, 8-stage pipeline  1 cycle/AES round (fully used pipeline)  Haswell (2013) latest numbers [Gueron’13] AES-GCM 1.03 cycles/byte AES-OCB 0.69 cycles/byte

9 9 Authenticated Encryption Better designs?  hardware: high end and lightweight  software: high end and embedded CAESAR  Competition for Authenticated Encryption: Security, Applicability, and Robustness  2014 – 2017  submission deadline: Jan

10 10 AEGIS Design Goal Ultra fast nonce-based AE for network communication  reducing packet delay due to authentication/encryption on a busy server  for high speed TLS, IPsec, VPN, SSH  try to make optimal use of AES-NI

11 11 AEGIS: properties Associated data Parallelizable: locally Online for encryption No security reduction but easy to analyze Not resistant to nonce reuse No incremental tags Flexible implementation sizes: 128/256 Performance: speed/size Secure implementations: constant time/…

12 12 Design Rationale (1) Inspiration Pelican MAC  [Daemen-Rijmen’05]  128-bit secret state  easy to analyze  secure up to birthday bound  2.5 times faster than AES AES (10R) 0 K AES (4R) x2x2 AES (10R) K x1x1

13 Design Rationale (2) larger state: 5 x 128 bits but simpler operation: 1 AES round still easy to analyze AES (1R) S3S3 xixi S0S0 S1S1 S2S2 S4S4 length AEGIS (10R) K IV AEGIS (1R) x1x1 x2x2 AEGIS (7R) tag create stream cipher from MAC

14 14 Security claims Requirements for implementation  each key and nonce pair can be used only once  if verification fails, the decrypted message and wrong message authentication tag should not be given as output Forgery attack: success prob. 2 -t with t the tag size Key and state cannot be recovered faster than brute force if forgery attack is not successful  128-bit tags strongly recommended

15 15 Security analysis of AE Authentication Encryption Does authentication affect encryption?  short tag  easy forgery, and results in chosen ciphertext attack against encryption Does encryption weaken authentication?  ciphertext leaks state information, which may benefit a forgery attack such as partial state value, state collision

16 16 Security Authentication  a difference in ciphertext passes through at least 5 AES rounds stronger than Pelican MAC (4 AES rounds) Encryption  AEGIS encryption is a stream cipher with nonlinear state update function differential and linear analysis is precluded

17 17 Security: does authentication affect encryption? AEGIS without MAC is vulnerable to a chosen ciphertext attack To preclude chosen ciphertext attack 1) if tag verification fails, the decrypted plaintext should not be given as output 2) the tag size should be sufficiently large to resist a chosen-ciphertext attack (128-bit tag recommended)

18 18 Security: does encryption weaken authentication? At each step, AEGIS leaks 128-bit keystream, i.e., 128-bit state information The overall differential probability of the forgery attack against AEGIS increases But the differential probability that a difference propagates through 5 AES rounds is not affected  reason: at each step, the information leaked on S i,j is of the form:

19 Performance: 0.66 cycles/byte Intel Sandy Bridge Core-i5

20 20 Performance Intel Sandy Bridge Core-i5 Fastest AE

21 21 Conclusion: AEGIS Simple design  AEG-128 (this talk) and AEGIS-256 Ultra fast for protecting network packets  targeting platform with AES-NI  on platforms without AES-NI, AEGIS is faster than AES (factor ) Strong security


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