Twofish and AES News
10/10/00: NIST chose Rijndael as the winner of its AES contest.
2/1/00: News/400 magazine ran an article on Twofish Encryption on the AS/400.
10/10/99: Pawel Chodowiec and Kris Gaj wrote a paper on implementing Twofish using FPGA devices.
10/5/99: Counterpane released Twofish Technical Report #5, on Impossible Differentials in Twofish.
3/29/99: The Twofish Encryption Algorithm, a book published by Wiley, is available from Counterpane at 20% off cover price.
3/16/99: F. Mirza and S. Murphy identify an interesting property of Twofish's key schedule[Acrobat], which we discuss further in Twofish Technical Report #4, Further Observations on the Key Schedule of Twofish.
1/4/99: Twofish speedup -- 258 clocks per block on the Pentium Pro/II. See the updated source code.
11/15/98: AES speed comparisons by Helger Lipmaa
10/2/98: Improved Twofish Implementations
9/20/98: Initial cryptanalysis of Magenta, another AES submission.
8/22/98: Twofish Cryptanalysis Contest with $10,000 in prizes
8/18/98: New Differential Bounds for Twofish
8/15/98: The Twofish team announces its cryptanalysis of FROG, an algorithm submitted for AES.
6/22/98: Schneier on Why NSA Should Submit an AES Candidate
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