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Improved Neural Distinguishers with Multi-Round and Multi-Splicing Construction
Authors: Jiashuo Liu, Jiongjiong Ren, Shaozhen Chen, ManMan LiAbstract:
In CRYPTO 2019, Gohr successfully applied deep learning to differential cryptanalysis against the NSA block cipher Speck32/64, achieving higher accuracy than traditional differential distinguishers. Until now, the improvement of neural differential distinguishers is a mainstream research direction in neuralaided cryptanalysis. But the current development of training data formats for neural distinguishers forms barriers: (1) The source of data features is limited to linear combinations of ciphertexts, which does not provide more learnable features to the training samples for improving the neural distinguishers. (2) Lacking breakthroughs in constructing data format for network training from the deep learning perspective. In this paper, considering both the domain knowledge about deep learning and information on differential cryptanalysis, we use the output features of the penultimate round to proposing a two-dimensional and non-realistic input data generation method of neural differential distinguishers. Then, we validate that the proposed new input data format has excellent features through experiments and theoretical analysis. Moreover, combining the idea of multiple ciphertext pairs, we generate two specific models for data input construction: MRMSP(Multiple Rounds Multiple Splicing Pairs) and MRMSD(Multiple Rounds Multiple Splicing Differences) and then build new neural distinguishers against Speck and Simon family, which effectively improve the performance compared with the previous works. To the best of our knowledge, our neural distinguishers achieve the longest rounds and the higher accuracy for NSA block ciphers Speck and Simon.
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