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Cryptographic hash algorithm

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A cryptographic hash algorithm is a fundamental component of many cryptographic functions, such as digital signature algorithms, key derivation functions, keyed-hash message authentication codes, or random number generators. Cryptographic hash algorithms are frequently used in Internet protocols or in other security applications.

Source Edit

NIST, Computer Security Division 2010 Annual Report 19 (full-text).

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