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July 11, 1994
Federal Register Number: 94-16666

A revision of Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 180, Secure Hash Standard (SHS), is being proposed. This proposed revision corrects a technical flaw that made the standard less secure than had been thought.

December 30, 1993

This notice announces that Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 46-1, Data Encryption Standard, has been revised and that the Data Encryption Algorithm specified by the standard has been reaffirmed for five years.

September 11, 1992

This notice announces the review of FIPS 46-1, Data Encryption Standard (DES), inviting comments on potential costs and benefits of reaffirmation, withdrawal, or revision.

October 20, 1988
Federal Register Number: 73-9705

This Federal Register Notice was NBS/NIST's initial solicitation for developing a public standard for encryption. The end result of this multi-year effort was the issuance of the Data Encryption Standard (DES) in 1977 as FIPS 46.

October 20, 1988
Federal Register Number: 1988-41221

This FRN redesignated fourteen Federal Telecomm Standards (FED-STD) as FIPS, including FED-STDs 1026, 1027, and 1028, which became FIPS 139, 140, and 141, respectively.

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