The Advanced Encryption Standard is a standard of data encryption approved by the US government in 2001 and became effective in 2002. The AES algorithm uses three cryptographic keys to encrypt and decrypt electronic data. The AES is based on Rijndael which was developed by Joan Daemen and Vincent Rijmen.
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