On Wed, 1 Sep 2004, David Wagner wrote:
Hal Finney writes:
[John Denker proposes:] the Bi are the input blocks:
(IV) - B1 - B2 - B3 - ... Bk - H1
(IV) - B2 - B3 - ... Bk - B1 - H2
then we combine H1 and H2 nonlinearly.
This does not add any strength against Joux's attack. One can find
how about this simpler construction?
(IV1) - B1 - B2 - B3 - ... Bk - H1
(IV2) - B1 - B2 - B3 - ... Bk - H2
This approach and the cache Block 1 until the end approach
are both special-case versions of maintain more state attacks.
This special case maintains 2*(size of hash output) bits of
It's a sad situation when you have to get a non-technical
judge to resolve academic conflicts like this,
but it's your head that you're banging against the wall, not mine.
If you want to appeal to authority, there's the FAQ,
which of course requires explaining the Usenet FAQ traditions;
Matt Crawford wrote:
Plus a string of log(N) bits telling you how many times to apply the
Uh-oh, now goes over the judge's head ...
Hadmut Danisch wrote:
The problem is that if you ask for a string of log(N) bits, then
someone else could take this as a proof that this
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On Wed, 1 Sep 2004, Marcel Popescu wrote:
Hence my question: is there some approximate hash function (which I could
use instead of SHA-1) which can verify that a text hashes very close to a
value? So that if I change, say, tabs into spaces, I won't get exactly the
same value, but I would get
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On Wed, 1 Sep 2004, Jim McCoy wrote:
After digesting the various bits of information and speculation on the
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