Scream: A software-efficient stream cipher. We report on the design of Scream, a new software-efficient stream cipher, which was designed to be a “more secure SEAL”. Following SEAL, the design of Scream resembles in many ways a block-cipher design. The new cipher is roughly as fast as SEAL, but we believe that it offers a significantly higher security level. In the process of designing this cipher, we re-visit the SEAL design paradigm, exhibiting some tradeoffs and limitations
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- Halevi, Shai; Coppersmith, Don; Jutla, Charanjit: Scream: A software-efficient stream cipher (2002)