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Why does HOTP use such a complex truncate function?
In the HOTP protocol after calculating a 20 byte hash it is truncated to 4 bytes. For this first an offset is calculated (low-order 4 bits of the last byte) which determines the four bytes to be ...
Nov 2 '12 at 11:15
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