highwayhash - Node.js implementation of HighwayHash, Google's fast and strong hash function

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Node.js implementation of Google's HighwayHash.Based on SipHash, it is believed to be robust against hash flooding and timing attacks because memory accesses are sequential and the algorithm is branch-free.

https://github.com/lovell/highwayhash

Dependencies:

detect-libc : ^0.2.0
nan : ^2.7.0
prebuild-install : ^2.2.2

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