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Are NIST's changes to Keccak/SHA-3 problematic?
NIST is working on standardizing SHA-3. They have selected Keccak as the basis for SHA-3, and they plan to make some small changes to it; the result (with NIST's changes) will be standardized as ...
Sep 30 '13 at 5:11
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