[PYTHON-CRYPTO] high-performance HMAC module
bryan at EEVOLVED.COM
Thu May 30 02:03:50 CEST 2002
On Wednesday 29 May 2002 07:10 pm, Jason R. Mastaler wrote:
> Bram Cohen <bram at GAWTH.COM> writes:
> > By the way, the sha1 included in Python is very slow - around 2
> > megs/sec.
> I didn't know this. Any reason then why someone (you?) haven't
> contributed a faster implementation for the Python standard lib?
As a reference point, my SHA 256 implementation hits 12 MB/s and SHA 384/512
hits 6 MB/s on my 800 Mhz. Strange that the standard lib SHA 160 scores so
low. Should be straight-forward to code properly.
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