And the winner is... KECCAK !
On November 2006, NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) announced a public competition for developing a new cryptographic hash algorithm which would become SHA-3. The submission dead-line was October 2008. NIST received 64 submissions and announced 51 valid candidates for the first round in December 2008 and 14 (including ...read more
We have 3 open positions for internships:
- Mobile phone bootloader analysis: this internship aims to evaluate the security of existing bootloaders used in smartphones by developing a bootloader debugger and a USB fuzzer.
- Bootkit Windows 7: this internship aims to study existing bootkits on Windows 7 but also to develop ...