On this page, you can find the presentations given at the Conference on Hash Functions, which took
place at the Conference Center of the Jagiellonian University
in Przegorzaly (Kraków) on 23 - 24 June 2005 . The website of the
conference can be found here
- Bart Preneel: Hash functions - present state of art. pdf.
- Xiaoyun Wang: What is the potential danger behind the collisions
of hash functions? pdf.
- Stefan Lucks: Design Principles for Iterated Hash Functions. pdf.
- Daniel Augot, Matthieu Finiasz, and Nicolas Sendrier: A Family of
Fast Syndrome Based Cryptographic Hash Functions. pdf.
- Maire McLoone, Ciaran McIvor: High-Speed Whirlpool Hardware
- Ron Rivest: Abelian square-free dithering and recoding for iterated
hash functions. ppt.
- Magnus Daum: Finding Differential Patterns for the Wang Attack. ppt.
- John Kelsey (presented by Rich Schroeppel): Hash functions - perspective from the United
- Eli Biham: Recent advances in hash functions and the way to go. ps.
- Norbert Pramstaller, Christian Rechberger, and Vincent Rijmen: On
Variable Bit-Rotations in SHA-1-like Hash Functions. pdf.
- Hirotaka Yoshida, Alex Biryukov, and Bart Preneel: Some
applications of the Biham-Chen attack. pdf.
- Norbert Pramstaller, Christian Rechberger, and Vincent Rijmen:
Breaking a New Hash Function Design Strategy Called SMASH. pdf.