First of all, i am kind of beginner in assembly. I am looking for SHA-1 code written in pure assembly language. I searched the web a lot, all i find is C code, or mix of C and assembly code. Like the hasher.zip.

I read the thread about the assembly code that was posted here earlier, but i am still confused :( . So if anyone have a plain assmbly code for it I'd be greatful.
If no, if someobe can at least try to explain to me the general structure of the hasher.zip components, and which patrs of it are written in assembly, this would also be very nice. Since at the end, i need assebly code to try some optimization on it.

Sorry if my request is kind of stupid :rolleyes: but i am really in need of fast help.

Thanx for r time...
Posted on 2002-12-09 02:34:19 by bashar80
Codes have been posted here: use the search option.

If I remember correctly, there is a nice code from Eoin...
Posted on 2002-12-09 03:39:20 by JCP
Posted on 2002-12-09 07:10:33 by bazik
u can find most hashing algorithms in asm implemented by lucifer48

h**p://oralse.cx/ -> win32asm section, the filecheck package

it contains crc-16/crc-32/haval (128, 160, 192, 224 & 256)/md (2, 4 & 5)/sha (160, 256, 384 & 512)/ripemd (128, 160, 256 & 320)/tiger algos, all in win32asm ;-)

Ooops, cracking page :|
Posted on 2002-12-30 11:27:17 by HaRdLoCk