Guido Bertoni3, Joan Daemen2, Seth Hoffert, Michaël Peeters1, Gilles Van Assche1 and Ronny Van Keer1
1STMicroelectronics - 2Radboud University - 3Security Pattern
7 October 2009
We release KeccakTools v2.0, a set of C++ classes that can help analyze Keccak. Besides some minor improvements since v1.1, the default number of rounds of the Keccak-f permutation has been adapted to the new Keccak specifications.
As a reminder, KeccakTools currently supports:
The code is documented with comments in the Doxygen format. The documentation can also be browsed online.