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HASH Algorithm for 8 bits MCU
I need to implement the HASH algorithm (MD5 & SHA-1) on an 8 bit MCU. I hear it can only be implemented on 32bit and sometimes 16bits MCU. Is that possible? I will appreciate link where possible. ...
Mar 6 '12 at 19:04
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