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XTEAExtended Tiny Encryption Algorithm
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Finally, XXTEA [22] is the successor of XTEA and it was designed to correct flaws in the original Block Tiny Encryption Algorithm (TEA).
Additionally, the technology now supports 128-bit encryption keys, longer data transmissions and bi-directional communication authentication; and also supports alternative encryption algorithms, such as XTEA and AES.
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