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Choice of reduction polynomial in Whirlpool's internal cipher
Whirlpool is an interesting little hash function in the Miyaguchi-Preneel family. In my mind, it's most interesting feature is the design of internal cipher W, where the distinction between key and ...
Jan 27 at 13:51
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