[Cfrg] SHA-3 and variants

Robert Moskowitz <rgm-sec@htt-consult.com> Wed, 15 July 2020 17:36 UTC

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Subject: [Cfrg] SHA-3 and variants
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Everyone, please take a bit of time and look at FIPS-202 and see how 
SHA-3 is parallelizable.

Also look at SHAKE.

Then go to sp800-185 for cSHAKE and KMAC.

I personally find KMAC very refreshing in its approach KDF.

Then go on to sp800-56Cr1 for more on KMAC as a KDF.

I would like to see more review and recommendations on these uses. I am 
working with them on my work, but then I am just a crypto plumber, 
looking for tools that work....

Bob