Broken MACS, Hashes HW

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Unformatted text preview: is length starting from the terminal points that do not have the preimage.) The cycle length of [1, 4, 6, 9] is 4. (a) (a) (a) (b) (b) (b) Fig. 2. (a) Functional Graph in 2.1.6 and (b) Graph on Hash Collision Fig. 2. (a) Functional Graph in 2.1.6 2.1.6) and (b) Hash Collision Graph Figure 1: (a) Functional Graph (H.A.C.and (b) Graph on Hash Collision (b) (10 pts) How would you interpret this result comparison with homework 1 problem 2? What’s the the difference (b) (10 pts) How would you interpret this result in in comparison with homework 1 problem 2? What’sdifference between these two? (c) between theseHow would you design a hash function to have maximal cycle length while still [10 points] two? (c) (10 pts) Under the assumption that MD5 is is random function, design a new hash chain that that does have have (c) resisting preimages and free collisions? random function, design ahave hash chain doesidealnot (10 pts) Under the assumption that MD5 a a You may assume you new access to an not block cycle. Why your algorithm...
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