## CryptoDB

### Jesang Lee

#### Publications

Year
Venue
Title
2007
EPRINT
The hash function FORK-256 was published at the ¯rst NIST hash workshop and FSE 2006. It consists of simple operations so that its performance is better than that of SHA-256. However, recent papers show some weaknesses of FORK-256. In this paper, we propose newly modi¯ed FORK-256 which has no microcoliisions and so is resistant against existing attacks. Furthermore, it is faster than the old one.
2007
EPRINT
In this paper, we introduce new hash function design principles with variable output lengths (multiple of $n$). It is based on a function or a block cipher which has output size $n$. In the random oracle model it has optimal collision resistance which requires $\Theta(2^{(t+1)n/2})$ queries to find $(t+1)n$-bit hash output collisions, where $t$ is any positive integer. Similarly, in the ideal cipher model, $\Theta(2^{(t+1)n/2})$ queries are required to find $(t+1)n$-bit hash output collisions.
2006
CHES