Two new efficient CCA-secure online ciphers: MHCBC and MCBC Online ciphers are those ciphers whose ciphertexts can be computed in real time by using a length-preserving encryption algorithm. HCBC1 and HCBC2 are two known examples of Hash Cipher Block Chaining online ciphers. The first construction is secure against chosen plaintext adversary (or called CPA-secure) whereas the latter is secure against chosen ciphertext adversary (or called CCA-secure). In this paper, we have provided simple security analysis of these online ciphers. We have also proposed two new more efficient chosen ciphertext secure online ciphers modified-HCBC (MHCBC) and modified-CBC (MCBC). If one uses a finite field multiplication based universal hash function, the former needs one less key and one less field multiplication compared to HCBC2. The MCBC does not need any universal hash function and it needs only one blockcipher key unlike the other three online ciphers where two independent keys (hash function and blockcipher) are required.
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