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Accelerated SHA-2 [Update 2020]

Submitted on: 3/18/2020 1:43:23 PM
By: Rde 
Level: Advanced
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Compatibility: VB 5.0, VB 6.0
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Secure Hash Algorithms-2 (256-384-512) [UPDATE 3 - 2020]

This class makes very fast open source code performing the three most used SHA-2 hash functions (256-384-512) freely available to any OS on 32-bit x86 with rudimentary mmx.

This is a stand-alone 30kb class utilizing low-level machine code for accelerated speed. Highly optimized and very fast!

You are free to use any part or all of this code even for commercial purposes under the agreement that you receive absolutely no warranties expressed or implied.

Now includes option for Finalize to also return the message bit length. Latest 2020 update offers improved performance of the as$embler algorithm.

100% compatible with the SHA-2 specification.

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