SANDstorm hash

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SANDstorm
General
Designers Mark Torgerson, Richard Schroeppel, Tim Draelos, Nathan Dautenhahn, Sean Malone, Andrea Walker, Michael Collins, Hilarie Orman,
First published 2008
Detail
Digest sizes 224, 256, 384, 512
Best public cryptanalysis
None

The SANDstorm hash[1] is a cryptographic hash function designed in 2008 by Mark Torgerson, Richard Schroeppel, Tim Draelos, Nathan Dautenhahn, Sean Malone, Andrea Walker, Michael Collins, and Hilarie Orman for the NIST SHA-3 competition.

The SANDstorm hash was accepted into the first round of the NIST hash function competition, but was not accepted into the second round.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ SANDstorm Algorithm Specification
  2. ^ NIST Information on Round 2

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