MD6 in Python
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Fri Jun 5 22:46:02 CEST 2009
mikle3 at gmail.com schrieb:
> As every one related to security probably knows, Rivest (and his
> friends) have a new hashing algorithm which is supposed to have none
> of the weaknesses of MD5 (and as a side benefit - not too many rainbow
> tables yet). His code if publicly available under the MIT license.
> Is there a reason not to add it to the standard lib, following the
> hashlib "protocol"?
Somebody has to write and add a md6 wrapper to the standard library.
It's going to take some time, at least 18 months until Python 2.8 and
3.2 are going to be released.
Do you need a wrapper for md6? I could easily write one in about an hour.
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