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Why are the initial states of hashes functions (like SHA-1) often non-zero?
There is already a question asking "Why initialize SHA1 with specific buffer?" and my question follows on from this: Why are the initial states of hash functions often non-zero? For most, I have ...
Oct 28 '13 at 13:46
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