Hardware Evaluation of SHA-3 Candidates

@inproceedings{Huang2011HardwareEO,
  title={Hardware Evaluation of SHA-3 Candidates},
  author={Sinan Huang},
  year={2011}
}
(Abstract) Cryptographic hash functions are used extensively in information security, most notably in digital authentication and data integrity verification. Their performance is an important factor of the overall performance of a secure system. In 2005, some groups of cryptanalysts were making increasingly successful attacks and exploits on the cryptographic hash function, SHA-1, the most widely used hash function of the secure hashing algorithm family. Although these attacks do not work on… CONTINUE READING
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