The Keccak sponge function family

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

2Radboud University




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Congratulations to the winners of the third Keccak cryptanalysis prize

16 February 2010

We are happy to announce that Christina Boura and Anne Canteaut are the winners of the third Keccak cryptanalysis prize for their paper entitled A zero-sum property for the Keccak-f permutation with 18 rounds. We are currently arranging practical details with the winners to give them the awarded Lambic-based beers and book. Congratulations to them!

We will soon announce a new prize with a new deadline.