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Date: Sat, 19 Apr 2014 17:39:24 -0400
From: Bill Cox <>
Subject: Re: [PHC] Any other authores ready for benchmarking?

On Sat, Apr 19, 2014 at 12:26 PM, Daniel Franke <>wrote:

> Bill Cox <> writes:
> > Yesterday, I had some fun benchmarking Lyra2, TwoCats, and Yescrypt.
> >  Are there any other authors who would like their algorithms
> > benchmarked?  I'd be happy to start tabulating data on all the entries
> > that are ready for benchmarking.  After yesterday's hack-fest, I don't
> > feel simply running the PHS routines without the involvement of the
> > author is likely to generate useful data, so I'm only going to do
> > benchmarking the authors request for now.
> Feel free to include EARWORM in your benchmarks. You seem to have
> studied it enough that I trust you to get it right. Unfortunately, I
> won't be available to assist for a while. My life recently has been
> completely consumed by my day job, and next week I'm running away to the
> Yukon to get as far away from an internet connection as possible.

Yukon... sweet!  Enjoy the get-away.  I've already done my own private
benchmarks of EARWORM, and it's in a class by itself, with the highest
bandwidth of them all, so far.  Without the ROM, it's 100% secure, IMO,
against any attack.  I'll do bandwidth tests, but like I said, it's already
clear it will be the leader in that category.  I'm not sure what other
measurements to make.  If you don't mind, I'll just post the bandwidth
results here.


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