The Keccak sponge function family

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

2Radboud University




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Tune Keccak to your requirements

12 November 2009

We provide a new page to help choose the best parameters of Keccak by specifying one's requirements in terms of collision and (second) preimage resistance. A simple application in JavaScript computes the optimal values of bitrate, capacity and output length. Have fun!