A project by the Integrated Systems Laboratory of the ETH Zurich.
These pages contain all the information related to our effort of the hardware evaluation of the SHA-3 candidates. We believe that a good evaluation can only be made with the help of public scrutiny. That is why we have decided to publish all sourcecode for this project in these pages.
These are the results for round 3 candidates. The round 2 candidate pages are still available under the this link.
Here you can browse all the source distribution files using your web browser. We have parsed the sourcecode files, to add some syntax highlighting (unfortunately not always successful). For more information on the files and the structure of the directories please refer to the explanations on the source archive.
This work contains two sets of sources. One provided by the ETH Zurich, and one contributed by the George Mason University, Cryptographic Engineering Research Group, Virginia USA.
We also provide the complete source tree as a tar.gz archive. All archives should extract into their own design directory. You are free to use these sourcefiles for teaching or research as you like, as long as you credit the Integrated Systems Laboratory as the source. For more information on the files and the structure of the directories please refer to the explanations on the source archive.