While Blake2b is capable to produce digests of any size from 1 to 64 bytes, It's default mode is 64 bytes (512 bits) though.
Some libraries implement just default digest size.
* OpenSSL supports blake2s-256 and blake2b-512 (no blake2b-256)
* gcrypt supports both blake2b-256 and blake2b-512
* nss supports none of blake2b
* Botan - any digest size
* Java: https://github.com/alphazero/Blake2b - any digest size
* Go-lang: https://godoc.org/golang.org/x/crypto/blake2b - both blake2b-256 and blake2b-512
* Rust: https://docs.rs/blake2/0.8.1/blake2/ - any digest size, 512 by default
* JS: https://github.com/dcposch/blakejs - any digest size, 512 by default
Also various libraries based on openssl will provide just blake2b-512.
So it looks to be a preferable choice over blake2b-256
Since 'submit' type forms are allowed to omitt the explicit declartion
of the form field type, we must specify that the special FORM_TYPE
field in 'submit' forms may not carry a type declartion.
This just reflects what it is done in the wild anyways.
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- Create a separate tag for sending the version number
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- Remove the "additional measures" section and merge parts into "Requirements"
- Mandate that presences are always sent for affiliated users