Finding MD5 Collisions - a Toy For a Notebook


In this short memo, we summarize the results achieved during a two and half months long research. Further details will be provided in a forthcoming paper. One of the major cryptographic “break-through” of the recent years was a discovery of collisions for a set of hash functions (MD4, MD5, HAVAL-128, RIPEMD) by the Chinese cryptographers in August 2004 [1… (More)



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@article{Klma2005FindingMC, title={Finding MD5 Collisions - a Toy For a Notebook}, author={Vlastimil Kl{\'i}ma}, journal={IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive}, year={2005}, volume={2005}, pages={75} }