# [PDF] Top 20 Cube attacks on cryptographic hash functions

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### Cube attacks on cryptographic hash functions

... the **cryptographic** community was improving the speed of the MD5 attack, others were devising ways of applying it to demon- strate new weaknesses in computer security ...These **attacks** utilized the properties ... See full document

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### Building Secure and Fast Cryptographic Hash Functions Using Programmable Cellular Automata

... given **hash** func- tion has a good **cryptographic** level of security. A **hash** function that behaves like a pseudo- random function and satisfies the avalanche ef- fect is generally considered to be secure ... See full document

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### Design of RSA Digital Signature Scheme Using A Novel Cryptographic Hash Algorithm

... 613 On the basis of experimental results we can conclude that RSA digital signature scheme using ASH160 consumes less CPU time while encryption process but a little bit more time in decryption process. But in the ... See full document

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### Cube Attacks and Cube-attack-like Cryptanalysis on the Round-reduced Keccak Sponge Function

... a **cryptographic** **hash** ...Keccak **hash** function ...the **hash** function and its internal permutation have been extensively analysed in many research papers [2, 6, 11–13, 17, 21, ...the **hash** ... See full document

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### High Speed FPGA Implementation of Cryptographic Hash Function

... most **hash** **functions** do; that is, the **hash** code of the previous message block is fedback to the input of the **hash** function for the compression of the next message ...the **Hash** Iterative ... See full document

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### Faster Cryptographic Hash Function From Supersingular Isogeny Graphs

... secure **hash** **functions** are based on less standard assumptions but are believed to resist quantum ...efficient **hash** function whose security is based on certain approxima- tion problems on ideal ... See full document

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### Mitigating Multi-Target Attacks in Hash-based Signatures

... quantum **attacks**. This is especially so because the security of **cryptographic** **hash** **functions** is well understood under intensive ...the **hash** **functions** used in the ...of ... See full document

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### Backdoored Hash Functions: Immunizing HMAC and HKDF

... backdoor **attacks** is ...ing **cryptographic** properties that provide a successful immunization against all types of backdoors in **hash** ...the **hash** function design implicitly needs to embed a ... See full document

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### How to Break MD5 and Other Hash Functions

... used **cryptographic** **hash** func- tions ...the **hash** function is replaced by a non-standard value, which is the result of the ...diﬀerential **attacks**, does not use the exclusive-or as a measure of ... See full document

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### Cube Attacks on the Stream Cipher Grain v1

... Abstract. The **Cube** Attack was introduced by Itai Dinur and Adi Shamir. As a known plaintext attack on symmetric primitives, it is efficient to stream cipher, block cipher and **hash** **functions**. In this ... See full document

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### Implementation Attacks on Post-Quantum Cryptographic Schemes

... fault **attacks** or SPA has been performed that is specific to **Hash**- based ...underlying **hash** function, any implementation attack on such an implementation might have impact of the signature scheme ... See full document

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### On Energy Optimization in Cryptographic Hash Functions and Symmetric Key Protocols

... etc. **Cryptographic** protocols have become an integral part of these devices to make them ...the **cryptographic** protocols are generally very expensive in terms of their energy ...flooding **attacks** can be ... See full document

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### On the Impact of Known-Key Attacks on Hash Functions

... known-key **attacks** in literature, such as latest results based on the rebound attack [12, 22, 28, 38, 52, 53, 56] and on the boomerang attack ...cryptanalytic **attacks** from a modular and provable security ... See full document

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### Bad directions in cryptographic hash functions

... password-hashing **functions** handle a practically unlimited number of input bits with negligible slowdowns; fit obfuscated passwords into far fewer bits (a small constant times the target security level); allow the ... See full document

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### Adversarially Robust Property Preserving Hash Functions

... independent **hash** function f ← F $ k for some k – lemma 53 tells us that there exists a k ∈ [n] so that there are very few bad elements in our sub-bin in ... See full document

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### Efficient Padding Oracle Attacks on Cryptographic Hardware

... A general countermeasure to the Bleichenbacher and Vaudenay **attacks** has been well known for years: use authenticated encryption. There are no such modes for symmetric key encryption in the current version of ... See full document

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### Detection of Fault-injection Attacks for Cryptographic Applications

... injection **attacks** on **Cryptographic** Devices, the modified Booth encoded Wallace tree multiplier based fault detection unit is more reliable and good sensitive to Fault injection **attacks**, the multi ... See full document

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### Homomorphic Signatures from Chameleon Hash Functions

... polynomial **functions** over signed data [8]. In fact, if we translate these **functions** to the circuits, then the size of evaluated signatures can grow expo- nentially in the depth of the ...Chameleon ... See full document

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### 2. Performance Analysis of Cryptographic Hash Function Using SHA-256

... To enhanced security it is ensured by providing out some **cryptographic** algorithms. The ultimate objective of this project is to develop a FPGA based **cryptographic** **hash** algorithms which are being ... See full document

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### New Generic Attacks Against Hash-based MACs

... Our method is based on a cycle length detection, like the work of Peyrin et. al [16], but our utilization is quite different and much less restrictive: instead of iterating many times HMAC with small messages and a ... See full document

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