Displaying items by tag: MD5

Tuesday, 14 June 2016 15:57

Cryptographic algorithms can be hacked

Trust is an Internet cornerstone, built on the belief that messages and files freely exchanged on the Internet are authentic. Foundational to that are hashing functions that transform messages and files into a short set of bits. But what happens if cyber criminals break these hashing functions?

Published in Security
Friday, 09 July 2010 13:12

US Cyber Command's code has been cracked

The newly formed United States Cyber Command might actually have an understanding of security, and a sense of humour as well.

Published in Security
Saturday, 03 January 2009 16:51

MD5 - The Internet has a Major Problem

Following on from previous reporting of the Internet’s MD5 CA problem, new issues have arisen.  Things are worse than they first appeared.
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Wednesday, 31 December 2008 17:32

The Latest MD5 Attack - The Sky Continues to Fall

Overnight Australian time, at the 25th Chaos Computer Club Conference in Berlin, a presentation has described a successful method to create a rogue CA certificate.

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