TRIVIUM is a hardware oriented synchronous stream cipher. It was designed as an exercise in exploring how far a stream cipher can be simplified without sacrificing its security, speed or flexibility. While simple designs are more likely to be vulnerable to simple, and possibly devastating, attacks (which is why we strongly discourage the use of TRIVIUM at this stage), they certainly inspire more confidence than complex schemes, if they survive a long period of public scrutiny despite their simplicity.

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  1. La Scala, Roberto; Tiwari, Sharwan K.: Stream/block ciphers, difference equations and algebraic attacks (2022)
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  5. Li, Ting; Sun, Yao; Huang, Zhenyu; Wang, Dingkang; Lin, Dongdai: Speeding up the GVW algorithm via a substituting method (2019)
  6. Zhang, Shiyong; Chen, Gongliang: New results on the state cycles of Trivium (2019)
  7. Lin, Zhuosheng; Yu, Simin; Feng, Xiutao; Lü, Jinhu: Cryptanalysis of a chaotic stream cipher and its improved scheme (2018)
  8. Sarkar, Santanu; Dey, Prakash; Adhikari, Avishek; Maitra, Subhamoy: Probabilistic signature based generalized framework for differential fault analysis of stream ciphers (2017)
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  19. Shou, Yanbo; Guyennet, Herve; Lehsaini, Mohamed: Parallel scalar multiplication on elliptic curves in wireless sensor networks (2013)
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