MD2

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Contents

1 Specification

  • digest size: 128 bits
  • compression function: 128-bit message block, 7296-bit internal state
  • Specification: RFC1319

2 Cryptanalysis

2.1 Best Known Results


2.2 Generic Attacks


2.3 Collision Attacks

Lars R. Knudsen, John Erik Mathiassen - Preimage and Collision Attacks on MD2
In Proceedings of FSE, LNCS 3557, pp. 255-267, Springer, 2005
[Electronic Edition] [Bibtex]
Author : Lars R. Knudsen, John Erik Mathiassen
Title : Preimage and Collision Attacks on MD2
In : In Proceedings of FSE -
[Abstract]

2.4 Second Preimage Attacks


2.5 Preimage Attacks

Fr\'ed\'eric Muller - The MD2 Hash Function Is Not One-Way
In Proceedings of ASIACRYPT, LNCS 3329, pp. 214-229, Springer, 2004
[Electronic Edition] [Bibtex]
Author : Fr\'ed\'eric Muller
Title : The MD2 Hash Function Is Not One-Way
In : In Proceedings of ASIACRYPT -
[Abstract]

2.6 Others

N. Rogier, Pascal Chauvaud - MD2 Is not Secure without the Checksum Byte
Des. Codes Cryptography12(3):245-251, 1997
[Electronic Edition] [Bibtex]
Author : N. Rogier, Pascal Chauvaud
Title : MD2 Is not Secure without the Checksum Byte
In : Des. Codes Cryptography -
[Abstract]
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