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The Hill cipher is interesting since it is a pre-modern block cipher. The idea behind the Hill cipher is to create a substitution cipher with an extremely large “alphabet”. Such a system is more resilient to cryptanalysis that relies on letter frequency counts and statistical analysis of the plaintext language. However, the cipher is linear which makes i t vulnerable to a relatively straightforward known plaintext attack. The description of the Hill cipher requires some elementary linear algebra; see the Appendix for the necessary background information.
Simple Substitution A simple substitution (or mono-alphabetic substitution) cipher is a generalization of the Caesar’s cipher where the key can be any permutation of the alphabet. For the simple substitution, there are 26! = 288 keys available. This is too many keys for any attacker to simply try them all, but even with this huge number of keys, the simple substitution cipher is insecure. Before we discuss the attack on the simple substitution, we consider a few special types of related ciphers that have been used in the past.
R125. 3. 4 SELECTED CLASSIC C R Y P T 0 TOPICS 15 associated with a mono-alphabetic substitution cipher, since this statistic will not change if the letters are simply relabeled (which is the effect of encrypting with a simple substitution). The longer and more random a Vigenkre cipher keyword is, the more evenly the letters are distributed throughout the ciphertext. 03846. 03846 could be associated with a polyalphabetic cipher using a large keyword. 065. The question remains as to how to determine the length of the keyword of a Vigenkre cipher using the index of coincidence.