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Re: MD5 versus SHA -Reply

 > Any chance of defining MD5-2?
 > One MAJOR flaw in MD5 is using little-endian (anti-"network standard"
 > byte order).
 > This means that big-endians incur a byte-reordering cost they don't
 > usually incur.
 > Little-endians already incur this cost, so it isn't an extra burden on them.

As long as we are getting into that argument, there are a lot more little
endian machines out there than big-endian. I'd rather we change all the
other things to be little endian.

Frank Kastenholz    "The dogmas of the quiet past are inadequate to the stormy
                     present... As our case is new, so we must think anew, and
                     act anew" - A. Lincoln