SHA1

AcronymDefinition
SHA1Secure Hashing Algorithm 1
SHA1Secure Hash Algorithm Version 1.0
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The SHA1 hash is captured at each state to verify integrity for the source and destination records as seen in Fig.
In particular, the algorithm to compute SHA1 digests initially considers the first 512 bits of the file, splits them into 16 blocks of 32 bits, and each of them is processed 80 many times.
A built-in inspection firewall and support for 20 IPsec virtual private network (VPN) tunnels secured by 3DES, AES, SSL and SSH encryption protocols, and MDS, SHA1 and certificate-based key exchange protocols.
The base principle of these methods is: a hash function--such as MD5, SHA1 (NIST, 1995), SHA2 (NIST, 2002)--is applied on document, in order to extract from the document a binary code, known as hash value (we note it H1), representing essential data.
Existen varios algoritmos empleados en las funciones HASH, como lo pueden ser MD4, MD5, SHA1 y SHA2, entre otras.
Digital signatures typically range from 128 bits using the MD5 algorithm to 160 bits in size using the more secure SHA1 (Secure Hash Algorithm 1).
Enhanced patch verification that automatically matches each patch file with the SHA1 or MD5 hashes provided by the patch vendor to ensure that patches have been installed correctly.
All of Cavium's NITROX products support the full range of bulk encryption and hashing algorithms (DES, 3DES, AES, ARC4, SHA1, MD5), public key processing algorithms (RSA and Diffie-Hellman), and complete IPsec Packet or SSL record processing.
Among the features are: IPsec ESP with DES, 3DES, and RC-4 encryption; MD5 and SHA1 authentication; MD5 and SHA1 authentication; concentration support for up to 3,000 concurrent encrypted VPN tunnels and 100,000 simultaneous connections with complex security policies; and denial-of-service protection.
A digital signature, created with either DSA over SHA1 or RSA over MD5 (as decribed in Schneier [1996], among others), is used to verify the data integrity of the parts of the smart packet that are not changed en route by intermediate routers, mainly the program, but also other nonchanging fields that are necessary for correct interpretation of the packet.
It also uses client and server authentication (`dual authentication') with 1024bit RSA, maintains data integrity via the SHA1 (Secure Hash Algorithm) algorithm, and provides for non-repudiation through the signing of Java applets.
Message authentication codes include ISO/IEC 9797-1 MAC with DES/3DES, NIST SP 800-38B AES CMAC and FIPS 198 HMAC with SHA1 to 512.