Small Crypto for Small IOT
draft-moskowitz-small-crypto-00

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Abstract

This memo proposes to leverage the Keccak algorithm at a function "width" of b=400 to provide a set of "small" cryptographic functions well suited to the IOT constrained environment. As such, only 128 bit security level is provided here. The full set of NIST approved Keccak derived functions that can work within the b=400 constraint, plus the 3rd round candidate in the CAESAR competition, Ketje, are defined.

Authors

Robert Moskowitz (rgm@labs.htt-consult.com)
Liang Xia (frank.xialiang@huawei.com)

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