Author christian.heimes
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Date 2013-11-01.18:08:23
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New information on NIST's hash forum strongly suggest that NIST is going to standardize SHA-3 according to the original proposal with c=2n and Sakura padding as well as two SHAKEs with variable length output.

SHA3-224 with c=448
SHA3-256 with c=512
SHA3-384 with c=768
SHA3-512 with c=1024

SHAKE128 with c=256
SHAKE256 with c=512
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