This scripts implements the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) algorithm, as defined in FIPS-197; and using PKCS#7 padding. A basic demonstration based on the example vectors found in the Appendix C of the FIPS-197 publication is included. Python 2 and Python 3 compatible.
This script is using "AES_base.py", a module containing the neccesary tables used in the algorithm: S-Box and inverted S-Box for SubBytes and InvSubBytes transformations, lookup tables for Galois Field product x2, x3, x9, x11, x13, x14 used in MixColumns and InvMixColumns, and Rcon used in KeyExpansion. In order to see how this tables are generated, check Python-AES-base
This code is only intended for educational and recreational purposes, and should not be used in secure systems.
python AES.py -demo python AES.py (-e | -d) <file> [-c (128|192|256)] -e: Encript -d: Decript -c <n>: <n> bits key (default 128) Note: a function mode (-e/-d) has to be specified.
Copyright (c) 2013 Pablo Caro. All Rights Reserved.
See LICENSE file