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whirlpool hashes

Posted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 8:54 am
by kiando
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1. In this example the data-string is the empty string, i.e. the string of length zero.

The hash-code is the following 512-bit string.


 19FA61D75522A466 9B44E39C1D2E1726 C530232130D407F8 9AFEE0964997F7A7
 3E83BE698B288FEB CF88E3E03C4F0757 EA8964E59B63D937 08B138CC42A66EB3

2. In this example the data-string consists of a single byte, namely the ASCII-coded version of the letter 'a'.

The hash-code is the following 512-bit string.


 8ACA2602792AEC6F 11A67206531FB7D7 F0DFF59413145E69 73C45001D0087B42
 D11BC645413AEFF6 3A42391A39145A59 1A92200D560195E5 3B478584FDAE231A

3. In this example the data-string is the three-byte string consisting of the ASCII-coded version of 'abc'.

The hash-code is the following 512-bit string.


 4E2448A4C6F486BB 16B6562C73B4020B F3043E3A731BCE72 1AE1B303D97E6D4C
 7181EEBDB6C57E27 7D0E34957114CBD6 C797FC9D95D8B582 D225292076D4EEF5

4. In this example the data-string is the 14-byte string consisting of the ASCII-coded version of 'message digest'.

The hash-code is the following 512-bit string.


 378C84A4126E2DC6 E56DCC7458377AAC 838D00032230F53C E1F5700C0FFB4D3B
 8421557659EF55C1 06B4B52AC5A4AAA6 92ED920052838F33 62E86DBD37A8903E

5. In this example the data-string is the 26-byte string consisting of the ASCII-coded version of 'abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz'.

The hash-code is the following 512-bit string.


 F1D754662636FFE9 2C82EBB9212A484A 8D38631EAD4238F5 442EE13B8054E41B
 08BF2A9251C30B6A 0B8AAE86177AB4A6 F68F673E7207865D 5D9819A3DBA4EB3B

6. In this example the data-string is the 62-byte string consisting of the ASCII-coded version of 'ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789'.

The hash-code is the following 512-bit string.


 DC37E008CF9EE69B F11F00ED9ABA2690 1DD7C28CDEC066CC 6AF42E40F82F3A1E
 08EBA26629129D8F B7CB57211B9281A6 5517CC879D7B9621 42C65F5A7AF01467

7. In this example the data-string is the 80-byte string consisting of the ASCII-coded version of eight repetitions of '1234567890'.

The hash-code is the following 512-bit string.


 466EF18BABB0154D 25B9D38A6414F5C0 8784372BCCB204D6 549C4AFADB601429
 4D5BD8DF2A6C44E5 38CD047B2681A51A 2C60481E88C5A20B 2C2A80CF3A9A083B

8. In this example the data-string is the 32-byte string consisting of the ASCII-coded version of 'abcdbcdecdefdefgefghfghighijhijk'.

The hash-code is the following 512-bit string.


 2A987EA40F917061 F5D6F0A0E4644F48 8A7A5A52DEEE6562 07C562F988E95C69
 16BDC8031BC5BE1B 7B947639FE050B56 939BAAA0ADFF9AE6 745B7B181C3BE3FD

9. In this example the data-string is the 1000000-byte string consisting of the ASCII-coded version of 'a' repeated 10^6 times.

The hash-code is the following 512-bit string.


 0C99005BEB57EFF5 0A7CF005560DDF5D 29057FD86B20BFD6 2DECA0F1CCEA4AF5
 1FC15490EDDC47AF 32BB2B66C34FF9AD 8C6008AD677F7712 6953B226E4ED8B01


Re: whirlpool hashes

Posted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 8:56 am
by kiando

Re: whirlpool hashes

Posted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 10:07 am
by BarsMonster
Where is it used?

Re: whirlpool hashes

Posted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 11:58 am
by kiando
For example as hash in the truecrypt file and disk encryption system.

Re: whirlpool hashes

Posted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 12:01 pm
by the_drag0n
heh well if you encrypt data with truecrypt youll prob have a password which is ~40 keys long... but still nice idea :)

Re: whirlpool hashes

Posted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 12:04 pm
by kiando
yeah I know and there is much that could go wrong because of other hashes or keyfiles...

Re: whirlpool hashes

Posted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 12:07 pm
by the_drag0n
which i use even two of. because i heared about that keystroking from the waves a keyboard does when typing :P

Re: whirlpool hashes

Posted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 12:09 pm
by kiando
can you explain that? do you mean the sound (sonic waves) of the keys? [because I once read some chinese people can uses that to reconstruct keyboard usage. creepy..]

Re: whirlpool hashes

Posted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 12:16 pm
by the_drag0n
mhh ill search for the link... found it ! http://lasecwww.epfl.ch/keyboard/

Re: whirlpool hashes

Posted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 12:32 pm
by kiando
thanks for the link. very interesting, if true. though I wonder if they can do it under less 'perfect' conditions.