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Is it necessary to use single hash function for signature generation and HMAC?
I am trying to figure out if we need to use single hash function across all the places in a ssh session. i.e – signature generation/verification and HMAC calculation/validation. Is it possible to use ...
Feb 17 at 18:54
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