3C- A Provably Secure Pseudorandom Function and Message Authentication Code.A New mode of operation for Cryptographic Hash Function

@article{Gauravaram20053CAP,
  title={3C- A Provably Secure Pseudorandom Function and Message Authentication Code.A New mode of operation for Cryptographic Hash Function},
  author={Praveen Gauravaram and William Millan and Juan Manuel Gonz{\'a}lez Nieto and Ed Dawson},
  journal={IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive},
  year={2005},
  volume={2005},
  pages={390}
}
We propose a new cryptographic construction called 3C, which works as a pseudorandom function (PRF), message authentication code (MAC) and cryptographic hash function. The 3Cconstruction is obtained by modifying the Merkle-Damg̊ard iterated construction used to construct iterated hash functions. We assume that the compression functions of Merkle-Damg̊ard iterated construction realize a family of fixed-length-input pseudorandom functions (FI-PRFs). A concrete security analysis for the family of… CONTINUE READING
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