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E. to keep the hierarchy of the components. The smallest area footprint is achieved, however, if the compiler uses the compile ultra command, which allows the merging and optimization of diﬀerent components simultaneously. Since the key xor is hardwired, the area requirements for the KeyXOR component are dependent on the Hamming weight of the key. The implementation ﬁgures of Figure 4 used a key with Hamming weight 24, thus the area footprint of a serialized implementation of PRINTcipher-48 is bounded by 386 GE and 418 GE for keys with Hamming weight 0 and 48, respectively (694 GE and 758 GE for PRINTcipher-96).
Consequently, if a dth -order diﬀerential over s rounds for one key is not zero, then the algebraic degree of this encryption function is at least d − 1. For seven rounds of PRINTcipher and for ten randomly chosen keys we computed the values of two diﬀerent 25th -order diﬀerentials. In all cases the values were nonzero. The experiments suggest that the algebraic degree of PRINTcipher reaches its maximum after much less than the speciﬁed 48 rounds. Due to this observations, we expect PRINTcipher to be secure against higher order diﬀerential attacks.