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Unclassified summary of Senate report, that cleared the National Security Agency of any wrongdoing in the design of the Data Encryption Standard (DES). This report failed to satisfy the critics, but 30 years of intense cryptanalysis seems to have silenced all but the clinically paranoid.
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Cited on page 352 [151] VENONA, at www . m a .gov/venona/index. cfm Cited on page 19
VENONA is an interesting topic, both for its crypto implications and for the historical material. Many of those who vigorously denied they had arly role in espionage are implicated by VENONA decrypts. Also, of the hundreds of traitors mentioned (by cover name) in the decrypts, the true identities of more than half remain unknown.
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A clever title and a good description of some of the many problems with WEP.
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Cited on pages 229 arid 230 [156] X. Wang, D. Feng, X. Lai, and H. Yu, Collisions for hash functions MD4, MD5, HAVAL-128 and RIPEMD, at eprint . iacr .org/2004/199 .pdf Cited on pages 229 and 230
An MD5 collision, but no details on how it was obtained.
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Cited on pages 229, 230, 231, 237, 363, 364, 365, and 366
Ironically, this paper is just about the last place you should look for comprehensible information on Wang s MD5 attack. To learn more about the attack, see [34] for the concepts, see [64] for the excruciating details on the derivation of the sufficient conditions and see [144] for a fast implementation (including source code).
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