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the practice and study of techniques for secure communication and sending of data, and the construction and analysis of protocols that accomplish this.

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From my limited cryptographical knowledge and a quick Google search to confirm it, no. This would be a known-plaintext attack and AES is engineered to be resistant to it.
answered Apr 22 by Johann Aydinbas
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This is quite likely either a botched RIPEMD128 or something very similar, as otus also commented. You wanted to know how to approach such a task so I'll explain what I did. Typically, when trying t …
answered Apr 20 '18 by Johann Aydinbas