Fish: A fast software stream cipher This paper describes a fast software stream cipher called Fish based on the shrinking principle applied to the lagged Fibonacci generator (Fish – Fibonacci shrinking). It is designed to make full use of the 32 bit word length of popular processors. On an Intel 486 clocked with 33 MHz a data rate of 15 Mbit/s is achieved with a C implementation
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