Corpus ID: 2628428

RadioGatún, a belt-and-mill hash function

@article{Bertoni2006RadioGatnAB,
  title={RadioGat{\'u}n, a belt-and-mill hash function},
  author={G. Bertoni and J. Daemen and Micha{\"e}l Peeters and G. V. Assche},
  journal={IACR Cryptol. ePrint Arch.},
  year={2006},
  volume={2006},
  pages={369}
}
We present an approach to design cryptographic hash functions that builds on and improves the one underlying the Panama hash function. We discuss the properties of the resulting hash functions that need to be investigated and give a concrete design called RadioGatun that is quite competitive with SHA-1 in terms of performance. We are busy performing an analysis of RadioGatun and present in this paper some preliminary results. 
Two Attacks on RadioGatún
The Grindahl Hash Functions
Cryptanalysis of RadioGatun
Cryptanalysis of the Hash Function LUX-256
Cryptanalysis of Hash Functions
Producing Collisions for Panama, Instantaneously
Hardware Comparison of the Hash Function Candidates RADIOGATÚN, MAME, and LAKE
Cryptanalysis of Grindahl
Slide Attacks on a Class of Hash Functions
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