I agree with Steven´s I'd rather avoid HMAC-MD5, just as a matter of future-proofing. And more. In am nearly sure that a preimage attack (MD5) will be found in the next two or three years. Vlastimil Klima http:/cryptography.hyperlink.cz - PŮVODNÍ ZPRÁVA - Od: Steven M. Bellovin [EMAIL
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On Wed, Mar 29, 2006 at 10:51:08AM +0200, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In am nearly sure that a preimage attack (MD5) will be found in the next two or three years. Is there already evidence of progress in that direction? -- Viktor.
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A couple of (rather uninformed) thoughts regarding HMAC-MD5: First, how could collision attacks be extended to preimage attacks? And second, how would preimage attacks affect HMAC-MD5? For a preimage attack, consider the simplest case, a single input block of 64 bytes. Then Hash = IV +
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