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Encrypt the message “HELLO”; use 00 to 25 for encoding. The value of C2 for character ‘L’ is
What is the respective plaintext character for C = (27, 20)?
i) In the CBC mode, the plaintext block is XORed with previous ciphertext block before encryption.
ii) The CTR mode does not require an Initialization Vector
iii) The last block in the CBC mode uses an Initialization Vector
iv) In CBC mode repetitions in plaintext do not show up in ciphertext
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