Encryption flaws present no immediate security risk

A series of reported flaws in basic encryption “hash” algorithms shouldn’t cause immediate concern. But they do show that...

A series of reported flaws in basic encryption “hash” algorithms shouldn’t cause immediate concern. But they do show that vendors, cryptographers and certifying agencies should make alternatives available.

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This was last published in August 2004

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