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Date: Tue, 7 Jan 2014 19:41:51 -0200 (BRDT)
From: "Marcos Simplicio" <mjunior@...c.usp.br>
To: discussions@...sword-hashing.net
Subject: Re: [PHC] Lyra,
      Password Key Derivation Based On The Sponge Construction

Hi again.

What I meant is that the discussion helped me to understand Lyra a little
better: seriously, I could not explicitly see the DAG in our own security
analysis until I analyzed Catena more carefully and understood its design.
Now that I see the DAG, it is much easier to understand its limitations
and possible improvements.

The algorithm won't change a lot, though, and I doubt it will be much
similar to Catena or NoelKDF: no offense, their designs are great and
worth copying, but I still need to cheer for my own design or for me the
competition will not be as fun ;)

Marcos.

> Please feel free to borrow any idea I might have inspired, and even feel
> free to copy/paste my code, which I'm making public domain.  I honestly
> feel bad about incorporating such great ideas from Catena and escrypt.  I
> hope I've offered some useful ideas, but there is clearly more great stuff
> coming from those guys.  Experience in a field does make a difference.
>
> Bill
>


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