Ssh Sha256

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Ssh-keygen -lv -E sha256 -f $file Checking of a ssh server key via DNS You can put the server keys fingerprint in DNS (Domain Name System) and get ssh to tell you if what it the two fingerprints match. Which can be done as few domains yet implement DNSSEC. SHA (Secure Hash Algorithms), is developed by National Security Agency. SHA (SHA-1, SHA-256 etc.) functions is use to take a large amount of document as input to compute a 'digest' (Often called as Hash). One thing to note is that SHA is a one-way process and it cannot take a digest & recover any original document. If you’ve ever connected to a new server via SSH, you were probably greeted with a message about how the authenticity of the host couldn’t be established. The message and prompt looks something like this: The authenticity of host '1.2.3.4 (1.2.3.4)' can't be established. ECDSA key fingerprint is SHA256:nKYgfKJByTtMbnEAzAhuiQotMhL+t47Zm7bOwxN9j3g. TPP creates a SHA-256 hash of the host key and replaces the MD5 hash of the previous DSA or RSA host key; TPP generates the following log event: 40060020 - SSH Public Key Fingerprint Changed. The operations above are performed in order to ensure a seamless transition to SHA-256 for store host keys.

In Windows you can make a checksum of a file without installing any additional software.

For this you can use the certUtil – built-in command-line utility that works both in Windows CMD and Powershell.

In this note i will show the examples of how to make md5sum and sha256sum of a file in Windows from the command line.

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MD5/SHA256 CheckSum in Windows

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Checksum a file in Windows using the built-in certUtil command-line utility:

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MD5 checksum example (md5sum):

SHA256 checksum example (sha256sum):

Get only hash value:

Available hash algorithms:

Hash Algorithms: Note that on Windows 7, the hash algorithms are case-sensitive. Be sure to type, for example, not “md5” but “MD5”. In the subsequent versions of Windows the case doesn’t matter.

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The Secure Hash Algorithms are a family of cryptographic hash functions published by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) as a U.S.Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS), including:

  • SHA-0: A retronym applied to the original version of the 160-bit hash function published in 1993 under the name 'SHA'. It was withdrawn shortly after publication due to an undisclosed 'significant flaw' and replaced by the slightly revised version SHA-1.
  • SHA-1: A 160-bit hash function which resembles the earlier MD5 algorithm. This was designed by the National Security Agency (NSA) to be part of the Digital Signature Algorithm. Cryptographic weaknesses were discovered in SHA-1, and the standard was no longer approved for most cryptographic uses after 2010.
  • SHA-2: A family of two similar hash functions, with different block sizes, known as SHA-256 and SHA-512. They differ in the word size; SHA-256 uses 32-byte words where SHA-512 uses 64-byte words. There are also truncated versions of each standard, known as SHA-224, SHA-384, SHA-512/224 and SHA-512/256. These were also designed by the NSA.
  • SHA-3: A hash function formerly called Keccak, chosen in 2012 after a public competition among non-NSA designers. It supports the same hash lengths as SHA-2, and its internal structure differs significantly from the rest of the SHA family.
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The corresponding standards are FIPS PUB 180 (original SHA), FIPS PUB 180-1 (SHA-1), FIPS PUB 180-2 (SHA-1, SHA-256, SHA-384, and SHA-512). NIST has updated Draft FIPS Publication 202, SHA-3 Standard separate from the Secure Hash Standard (SHS).

Comparison of SHA functions[edit]

In the table below, internal state means the 'internal hash sum' after each compression of a data block.

Comparison of SHA functions
Algorithm and variantOutput size
(bits)
Internal state size
(bits)
Block size
(bits)
RoundsOperationsSecurity against collision attacks
(bits)
Security against length extension attacks
(bits)
Performance on Skylake (median cpb)[1]First published
Long messages8 bytes
MD5 (as reference)128128
(4 × 32)
51264And, Xor, Rot, Add (mod 232), Or≤ 18
(collisions found)[2]
04.9955.001992
SHA-0160160
(5 × 32)
51280And, Xor, Rot, Add (mod 232), Or< 34
(collisions found)
0≈ SHA-1≈ SHA-11993
SHA-1< 63
(collisions found)[3]
3.4752.001995
SHA-2SHA-224
SHA-256
224
256
256
(8 × 32)
51264And, Xor, Rot, Add (mod 232), Or, Shr112
128
32
0
7.62
7.63
84.50
85.25
2004
2001
SHA-384
SHA-512
384
512
512
(8 × 64)
102480And, Xor, Rot, Add (mod 264), Or, Shr192
256
128 (≤ 384)
0[4]
5.12
5.06
135.75
135.50
2001
SHA-512/224
SHA-512/256
224
256
112
128
288
256
≈ SHA-384≈ SHA-3842012
SHA-3SHA3-224
SHA3-256
SHA3-384
SHA3-512
224
256
384
512
1600
(5 × 5 × 64)
1152
1088
832
576
24[5]And, Xor, Rot, Not112
128
192
256
448
512
768
1024
8.12
8.59
11.06
15.88
154.25
155.50
164.00
164.00
2015
SHAKE128
SHAKE256
d (arbitrary)
d (arbitrary)
1344
1088
min(d/2, 128)
min(d/2, 256)
256
512
7.08
8.59
155.25
155.50

Validation[edit]

All SHA-family algorithms, as FIPS-approved security functions, are subject to official validation by the CMVP (Cryptographic Module Validation Program), a joint program run by the American National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Canadian Communications Security Establishment (CSE).

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References[edit]

  1. ^'Measurements table'. bench.cr.yp.to.
  2. ^Tao, Xie; Liu, Fanbao; Feng, Dengguo (2013). Fast Collision Attack on MD5(PDF). Cryptology ePrint Archive (Technical report). IACR.
  3. ^Stevens, Marc; Bursztein, Elie; Karpman, Pierre; Albertini, Ange; Markov, Yarik. The first collision for full SHA-1(PDF) (Technical report). Google Research. Lay summary – Google Security Blog (February 23, 2017).
  4. ^Without truncation, the full internal state of the hash function is known, regardless of collision resistance. If the output is truncated, the removed part of the state must be searched for and found before the hash function can be resumed, allowing the attack to proceed.
  5. ^'The Keccak sponge function family'. Retrieved 2016-01-27.

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