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- | + | An [[Introduction to Hash Functions|introduction]] to cryptographic hash functions. | |

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- | = | + | = The Hash Function Zoo = |

- | + | The [[The Hash Function Zoo|Hash Function Zoo]] is a collection of peer-reviewed hash functions. | |

- | + | The [[The SHA-3 Zoo|SHA-3 Zoo]] contains functions submitted to the [http://www.nist.gov/hash-competition NIST Hash Competition]. We also collect [[SHA-3_Hardware_Implementations | hardware implementation results]] of the candidates. | |

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- | + | [[Generic_Attacks| Generic Attacks on Hash Functions]]. | |

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- | + | [[GenericAttacksMerkleDamgaard| Generic Attacks on the Merkle-Damgaard Construction]]. | |

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- | + | = Editors corner = | |

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- | + | [[HowTo | How to]] work with math environments and BibTeX. | |

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## Current revision as of 07:51, 12 March 2010

## Contents |

# 1 Introduction

An introduction to cryptographic hash functions.

# 2 The Hash Function Zoo

The Hash Function Zoo is a collection of peer-reviewed hash functions.

The SHA-3 Zoo contains functions submitted to the NIST Hash Competition. We also collect hardware implementation results of the candidates.

# 3 Generic Attacks on Hash Functions

Generic Attacks on Hash Functions.

Generic Attacks on the Merkle-Damgaard Construction.

# 4 Editors corner

How to work with math environments and BibTeX.

Mediawiki help, FAQ, and release mailing list.

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