Hashing/encoding data with Palladian


Palladian node HashCalculator description says "The HashCalculator node allows to calculate hash values for given strings using various hash functions, such as SHA-1.". However only SHA-1 algorithm is available in node configuration window. Is there a way to use SHA-256 algorithm with HashCalculator node? 


at this time only SHA1 is supported.

-- Philipp

Times change. And so we now support the following hash algorithms:

MD2, MD5, SHA (SHA-1), SHA-2 (SHA-224, SHA-256, SHA-384, SHA-51), 1.2.804., 1.2.804., 1.2.804., 2.16.840., 2.16.840., 2.16.840., 2.16.840., BLAKE2B-160, BLAKE2B-256, BLAKE2B-384, BLAKE2B-512, DSTU7564-256, DSTU7564-384, DSTU7564-512, GOST3411, GOST3411-2012-256, GOST3411-2012-512, KECCAK-224, KECCAK-256, KECCAK-288, KECCAK-384, KECCAK-512, MD2, MD4, MD5, OID.1.2.804., OID.1.2.804., OID.1.2.804., OID.2.16.840., OID.2.16.840., OID.2.16.840., OID.2.16.840., RIPEMD128, RIPEMD160, RIPEMD256, RIPEMD320, SHA-1, SHA-224, SHA-256, SHA-384, SHA-512, SHA-512/224, SHA-512/256, SHA3-224, SHA3-256, SHA3-384, SHA3-512, SM3, Skein-1024-1024, Skein-1024-384, Skein-1024-512, Skein-256-128, Skein-256-160, Skein-256-224, Skein-256-256, Skein-512-128, Skein-512-160, Skein-512-224, Skein-512-256, Skein-512-384, Skein-512-512, TIGER, and WHIRLPOOL.

Anything still missing? Let me know! :slight_smile:

More infos:

Palladian 2.0 announcement:

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