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    hash functions

    let M=m1m2m3....mj ; let h1=m1 and h(i) = RSA[h(i-1)] xor mi where RSA[x] = x^e mod n;
    The hash of the message M is H(M)=h(j).
    How can I find another message N such that H(N)=H(M)?
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    Re: hash functions

    Quote Originally Posted by billobillo View Post
    let M=m1m2m3....mj ; let h1=m1 and h(i) = RSA[h(i-1)] xor mi where RSA[x] = x^e mod n;
    The hash of the message M is H(M)=h(j).
    How can I find another message N such that H(N)=H(M)?
    Dear Sir, i face the same problem ...plz if u got the answer reply to this forum as soon as possible...thx
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