On 3/17/06, Weger, B.M.M. de [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
You might be interested in knowing that my MSc student
Marc Stevens has found a considerable speedup of MD5
collision generation. His improvements of Wang's method
enables one to make MD5 collisions typically in one
minute on a PC; sometimes it takes a few minutes, and
sometimes only a few seconds.
His paper (shortly to appear on the Cryptology ePrint
Archive) can be found on http://www.win.tue.nl/hashclash/,
where we've also made his software available (source code
and a Win32 executable).
Thanks for interesting info!
btw, do you aware of another MD5 Collisions generating software
(requiring ~45 minutes per collision) available at
I did not find any references to it in Marc's website/paper.
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