(Cryptographically and hash/checksum wise consider me a rookie, as I'm rather just using algorithms.) While there are many names, not all of them are explained - I tried searching for the meaning of a couple of names, but found neither an explanation in Wikipedia articles (multiple, like English, German and French), nor in published papers.
- HAVAL - its uppercase letters imply an acronym/abbreviation, not the given name Haval.
- Tiger shows on Eli Biham' page in the header a drawing of Winnie Pooh's Tigger although that character's name differs.
- Panama - its 3 syllables might be meant for the 3 modes Push, Pull and Blank...
- "Square" (16 bytes digest size, 16 bytes block size) - is that even its official name, or just a plain "method", like the Middle-square method?
- stream cipher Sapphire
- BLAKE again comes in all uppercase - maybe an acronym or abbreviation?
- CRC-32C stands for Cyclic Redundancy Check 32-bit Castagnoli, but what's this person's full name?
Is there a collection or compilation of hash and cipher names? F.e. for these names/abbreviations I found their complete meaning: