Which type of cipher is able to encrypt a fixed-length block of plaintext into a 128-bit block of ciphertext at any one time?

IT Questions BankCategory: Cybersecurity EssentialsWhich type of cipher is able to encrypt a fixed-length block of plaintext into a 128-bit block of ciphertext at any one time?

Which type of cipher is able to encrypt a fixed-length block of plaintext into a 128-bit block of ciphertext at any one time?

  • transform
  • stream
  • hash
  • symmetric
  • block

Explanation: Block ciphers transform a fixed-length block of plaintext into a block of ciphertext. To decrypt the ciphertext, the same secret key to encrypt is used in reverse.

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