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Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2011 21:00:08 +0100
From: magnum <>
Subject: Re: more targets using sse-intrinsics.S

2011-11-15 19:49, magnum wrote:
> After some digging around in the formats I found that Bartavelle's
> salted-sha1 replaces NSLDAPS (ssha) *and* OPENLDAPS (openssha). The same
> tag {SSHA} is used and it can use both salt lengths, which is apparently
> the only difference between the older ones. I think we should just move
> NSLDAPS and OPENLDAPS to unused.
> And NSLDAP_fmt (nsldap) is just raw SHA1 with a '{SHA}' tag and using
> Base64 instead of hex. I think the best thing to "fix" this format is to
> move NSLDAP_fmt to unused and make a new one based on rawSHA1_fmt. I'll
> put that on top of my to-do list, it's a one beer job.

Did all the above in patch #0023.

Now I think only the hmac-md5 format lacks intrinsics, of those that had
32-bit MMX/SSE support.


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