I'm probably being too literal here, but I don't get where the 'G' appears in the "following equations"?
The calculation of the DAC is given by the following equations where G represents the Exclusive-OR of two vectors.
01 = e(D1)
02 = e(D2 + 01)
03 = e(D3 + 02)
On = e(Dn + 0n-1)
The algorithm also seems to call for DES encryption and a secret key. I think the the duality of the term 'digest' is screwing me here. "64-bit hashing algorithm" seems to turn up better hits.
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