SHA1

AcronymDefinition
SHA1Secure Hashing Algorithm 1
SHA1Secure Hash Algorithm Version 1.0
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1 now supports Kermit file transfers and, on the Windows platform, support for SHA1 in RSA signatures allows X.
The UDP communication in the Ethernet is enciphered and we can choose from MD2, MD5, SHA1.
Two of the most commonly used hashing algorithms are MD5 and SHA1.
The decision to use this algorithm within the TPM Root Certificate supports the longer term needs of tomorrow's trustworthy computing environments and offers real value to users today in being able to meet the NIST requirements and accelerate the replacement of ageing SHA1 implementations", said Steve Roylance, Business Development Director for GlobalSign Ltd, the certificate authority chosen by ST to certify the Endorsement Key within the TPM.
The engine supports a wide variety of today's most important crypto algorithms, including DES, 3DES, AES 128/192/256, SHA1, SHA-224/256, AES-CCM, ARC4 and MD5.
Press Ganey Associates, 7/28/2011, Quality Performer - Hospital eMeasures v1, 07282011-1206-1, Clinical Quality Measures Certified, SHA1 Hash Calculator; WinZip used, EHR module certification of the following: 170.
As a result, the devices can now address secured networked applications utilizing hardware encryption via AES (256, 192 and 128-bit key algorithm) compliant with the American FIPS publication 197 specification, 3DES (single or three-key algorithm) compliant with the FIPS PUB 46-3 specification as well as digital signature authentication using SHA1 and SHA256 algorithms compliant with the FIPS Publication 180-2.
FIPS 186-2 (certificate numbers 305 and 380) -- demonstrating that its algorithms and random number generator have correctly implemented RSA, AES, SHA1 and SHA-256 standards for digital signature generation and verification.
In previous testing rounds only the RSA with SHA1 algorithm had been tested.
WPA employs PBKDF2, which runs the SHA1 algorithm thousands of times to convert a password into a key.
All NITROX PX products support the full range of bulk encryption and hashing algorithms (DES, 3DES, AES, ARC4, KASUMI, SHA1, SHA2, MD5), public key processing algorithms (RSA up to 4096-bit key and Diffie-Hellman), and complete IPsec Packet, SSL record processing and WLAN security for IPv4 and IPv6 traffic.
IPSec VPN - Vyatta now supports dedicated site-to-site (branch-to-branch or branch-to-HQ) virtual private networking and supports the most widely used cryptographic algorithms, including 3DES, AES (128 and 256-bit), MD5, and SHA1.