tool for correcting bit errors in an AES key schedule
This program illustrates a technique for correcting bit errors in an AES key schedule. It should be used with the output of the aeskeyfinder program.
It is limited to AES-128 key schedules, and it can only correct unidirectional 1->0 bit errors. For the most part it has been optimized for readability rather than performance.
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