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Cartman is a variable key block cipher notable for its simplicity of description and implementation. Non-patented, opensource, free for any usage.

Block size is 128 bit. Optimal key size is 512 - 1024 bit. Rounds number is square of keysize in bits / 64, i.e. for 512 bit key 64 rounds are used.

TrashCart PRNG is the simple 128 bit state PRNG function based on Cartmam cipher.

TrashCart-II PRNG uses alternative version of Cartman cipher with 8x8 S-Box matrix (64 S-Boxes).

HashCart is the simple 128 bit state Hash function with 128 bit output based on Cartmam cipher with 384 bit key.

HashCart-II is based on Cartman-II block cipher.

Cartman-II is the Cartman block cipher modification for using 8x8 256-byte S-box and 256, 384 or 512 bit key.

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128bit 256-bit 384bit blockcipher cipher digest hash hash-function prng s-box

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