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ePrint Report: Finding Bugs and Features Using Cryptographically-Informed Functional Testing

Giacomo Fenzi, Jan Gilcher, Fernando Virdia

In 2018, Mouha et al. (IEEE Trans. Reliability, 2018) performed a post-mortem investigation of the correctness of reference implementations submitted to the SHA3 competition run by NIST, finding previously unidentified bugs in a significant portion of them, including two of the five finalists. Their innovative approach allowed them to identify the presence of such bugs in a black-box manner, by searching for …

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