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How do you find the inverse degree of a hash function?
I am trying to learn cryptanalysis on the Keccak hash function. One of the papers on zero sum distinguishers talks about Keccak having inverse degree of 3. I am unable to figure this out: how do you ...
Jun 25 '13 at 22:45
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