3-DES and SHA-1-HMAC

From: Marco (tozzio_at_hotmail.com)
Date: 10/23/03

Date: 23 Oct 2003 03:26:22 -0700

Hi to every body.

I find information about SHA-1-HMAC and 3-DES.

Enabling IPSEC with Windows SECURE SERVER built-in policy I use 3 DES
and SHA-1-HMAC.

I read that 3 DES somethimes use 112 effective bits and somethimes 168
effective bits. SECURE SERVER policy how many bits use?

And about SHA-1-HMAC I read that if the policy is SHA-1-HMAC-t the
bits are t , t > 80... So I think that SECURE SERVER policy use 160
bits (the maximum), but I don' t find anything about this policy. I
don' t sure that this idea is corect...

Can anybody help me?


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