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Re: [suse-security] SHA-1 broken - impact on SuSE linux versions
From: Marcus Meissner (meissnersuse.de)
Date: Wed Feb 16 2005 - 05:55:15 CST
On Wed, Feb 16, 2005 at 09:31:42AM +0100, Polarizer wrote:
> Hi list, i would like to discuss this with you:
> This  arcticle shows that SHA-1 is broken and details will be
> "fully disclosured"  soon.
> What impact does is have for our SuSE linux installations. Where is
> it used by default in standard packages and where by default in
> packages to install additionally via Yast.
> I found it exempli gratia in SSH for integrity checks (seems not
> critical) or in gpg for fingerprints.
> The polarizer
> polarizers at its best
We are not that mathematically inclined to evaluate that without looking
at the paper...
We are eagerly awaiting Bruces and other crypto experts evaluations.
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