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Cryptographic hashes

Namespace std::crypto contains modules for commonly used cryptographic hash functions.

BLAKE3

Module std::crypto::hashes::blake3 contains procedures for computing hashes using BLAKE3 hash function. The input and output elements are assumed to contain one 32-bit value per element.

Procedure Description
hash_1to1 Computes BLAKE3 1-to-1 hash.

Input: 32-bytes stored in the first 8 elements of the stack (32 bits per element).

Output: A 32-byte digest stored in the first 8 elements of stack (32 bits per element).
hash_2to1 Computes BLAKE3 2-to-1 hash.

Input: 64-bytes stored in the first 16 elements of the stack (32 bits per element).

Output: A 32-byte digest stored in the first 8 elements of stack (32 bits per element)

SHA256

Module std::crypto::hashes::sha256 contains procedures for computing hashes using SHA256 hash function. The input and output elements are assumed to contain one 32-bit value per element.

Procedure Description
hash_1to1 Computes SHA256 1-to-1 hash.

Input: 32-bytes stored in the first 8 elements of the stack (32 bits per element).

Output: A 32-byte digest stored in the first 8 elements of stack (32 bits per element).
hash_2to1 Computes SHA256 2-to-1 hash.

Input: 64-bytes stored in the first 16 elements of the stack (32 bits per element).

Output: A 32-byte digest stored in the first 8 elements of stack (32 bits per element).

Last update: December 21, 2023
Authors: kmurphypolygon