SHA-1 encryption algorithm

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Has anybody tried working SHA-1 encryption algorithm using any SAM controllers?

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Last Edited: Wed. Nov 8, 2017 - 08:52 AM
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What, specifically, are you asking about?

 

The SHA-1 algorithm itself has nothing to do with any particular hardware platform: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SHA-1

 

Or are you asking about particular hardware features of some specific chip(s) ... ?

 

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There is a section for General Security Discussions in the IoT Community ...

 

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Last Edited: Wed. Nov 8, 2017 - 08:40 AM
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Hi awneil,

Sorry for not being specific. We were testing SHA 1 algorithm in our SAMD21 xplained board.

It has got nothing to do with the hardware, but was wondering if anybody could help me out with few of my queries.

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I was wondering if we change the 5 constants (h0-h5) with some random numbers, will it affect the overall process?

assuming the receiver also knows the 5 constants used in the process.

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