The Keccak sponge function family

Guido Bertoni1, Joan Daemen1,2, Michaël Peeters1 and Gilles Van Assche1

2Radboud University




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Updated version of KeccakTools available

25 April 2012

We release KeccakTools v3.3, a set of documented C++ classes that can help analyze Keccak. This new version is a major update, as it adds important classes and methods related to differential and linear cryptanalysis.

We used these classes and methods to obtain the results reported in the paper Differential propagation anaylsis of Keccak presented at FSE 2012 (also available as ePrint 2012/163). These include:

The complete list of features can be found here.