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First New Advanced Encryption Standard In 25 Years Approved
The effort was conducted through a competition that started in 1997. Researchers from 12 different countries submitted encryption algorithms. Each of the algorithms submitted was required to support key sizes of 128, 192 and 256 bits. For a 128-bit key size, there are approximately 340 undecillion (340 followed by 36 zeros) possible keys.
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