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In other words, the hash value is not just the output of this function, since there is a final transformation and the message is padded. Next, we consider the final transformation; for details on the padding, see Section 5.3. Define f(Iv, = ( Q ~ o , Q62, Q61) + IV, nil) Q63, where (Qfjg,Q 6 2 , Q 6 1 , &so) = MD50 ..63(IV,M ) and the addition is computed modulo 2'32,per 32-bit word. Then f is the MD5 compression function. If we hash a message M = (Mo,M I ) consisting of two 512-bit blocks, we haveh ( M ) = f ( f ( I Vb,f o ) , Ml).In effect, f(IV, Mo) acts as the IV for the second iteration of the compression 5.4 MD5 Stepi 0 1 Shift si 7 12 S t e p i 16 17 Shift si 5 9 Step i 32 33 Shift si 4 11 SteD i 48 49 Shift s,I 6 102 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 22 7 12 17 22 7 12 17 22 7 12 17 22 18 14 35 16 50 15 19 20 35 23 51 21 20 5 36 4 52 6 21 9 37 11 53 10 22 14 38 16 54 15 23 20 39 23 55 21 24 5 40 4 56 6 25 9 41 11 57 10 26 14 42 16 58 15 27 20 43 23 58 21 28 5 44 4 60 6 29 9 45 11 61 10 30 14 46 16 62 1531 20 47 23 63 21Table 5.10: MD5 Input Word Order Stepil 0 a(z) 0 SteD i 16 ~ ( i )1 Step i 32 a(;) 5 Step i 48 a(i) 01 1 17 6 33 8 49 72 2 18 11 35 11 50 143 3 19 0 35 14 51 54 4 20 5 36 1 52 125 5 21 10 37 4 53 36 6 22 15 38 7 54 107 7 23 4 39 10 55 18 8 24 940 13 56 89 9 25 1441 0 57 1510 10 26 3 42 3 58 611 12 13 14 11 12 13 14 27 28 29 30 8 13 2 715 15 31 12 47 2 63 943 6 58 1344 9 60 445 12 61 1146 15 62 2function f . Figure 5.1 illustrates the general case. At this point we have the necessary notation and background to begin discussing the MD5 attack. The MD4 attack in the previous section finds two 512-bit blocks that have the same MD4 hash value. The MD5 attack presented here, which is due to Wang [157],finds a pair of 1024-bit messages that have the same MD5 hash value. We denote the two 1024-bit messages as M = (M, ,,Mi) and 1 1 = (Mo,M I ) ,where each Ml and Mi is a 512-bit 1 block. As with MD4, each 512-bit block consists of 16 words, where each word is 32 bits. Initially, Wang gave a collision [155, 1561 without providing any explanation of the underlying technique. This lack of information led to an impressive attempt to reverse engineer the Chinese method [64]. Incredibly, this reverse engineering was successful enough that it yielded a more efficient attack [81] than Wang s, and it has provided the basis for subsequent improvements in the attack. The Chinese team did eventually release some details of their attack [157]. Minor flaws and incremental improvements have been reported by various