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Microsoft to Remove Windows Updates Using SHA-1 Hash

Microsoft strikes another nail in the SHA-1 coffin with the announcement that all updates that had been signed using SHA-1 hash will be removed from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cryptography

OpenSSH Will Deprecate SHA-1

OpenSSH will soon deprecate the use of SHA-1 because of the risk of specific attacks against the algorithm.

Ssh, Cryptography

SHA-1 ‘Fully and Practically Broken’ By New Collision

A chosen prefix collision in SHA-1 has demonstrated a new issue with the venerable hash function developed by the NSA.

Cryptography

Proposal to Make HTTPS Certificate Expire Yearly Back on the Table

The question about shortening the validity period for TLS certificates is back in front of the CA/Browser Forum again. CAs still oppose it and browser makers are still for it.

Ssl Certificates, Certificate Authority, Browser Security, Cryptography

The League of Entropy Forms to Offer Acts of Public Randomness

Cloudflare and several other members have formed the League of Entropy to offer a quorum of public randomness beacons.

Cryptography