Strong cipher algorithms are cryptographic systems resistant to cryptanalysis, they
are not vulnerable to well-known attacks like brute force attacks for example.

A general recommendation is to only use cipher algorithms intensively tested and promoted by the cryptographic community.

More specifically for block cipher, it's not recommended to use algorithm with a block size inferior than 128 bits.

## Noncompliant Code Example

CommonCrypto library:

import CommonCrypto
let algorithm = CCAlgorithm(kCCAlgorithmDES) // Noncompliant: 64 bits block size

IDZSwiftCommonCrypto library:

import IDZSwiftCommonCrypto
let algorithm = .des // Noncompliant: 64 bits block size

CryptoSwift

import CryptoSwift
let blowfish = try Blowfish(key: key, blockMode: GCM(iv: iv, mode: .combined), padding: .pkcs7) // Noncompliant: 64 bits block size

## Compliant Solution

Swift Crypto library: prefer using this library which is native and officially supported by Apple

import Crypto
let sealedBox = try AES.GCM.seal(input, using: key) // Compliant

CommonCrypto library:

import CommonCrypto
let algorithm = CCAlgorithm(kCCAlgorithmAES) // Compliant

IDZSwiftCommonCrypto library:

import IDZSwiftCommonCrypto
let algorithm = .aes // Compliant

CryptoSwift

import CryptoSwift
let aes = try AES(key: key, iv: iv) // Compliant

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