2048 or 4096 for new keys? aka defaults vs. Debian
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Sun Oct 27 15:04:25 CET 2013
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On Sunday 27 October 2013 at 6:42:31 AM, in
<mid:526CB5D7.1000802 at sixdemonbag.org>, Robert J. Hansen wrote:
> The NSA never went public with the precise
> vulnerability in SHA that caused them to develop and
> release SHA-1, but they were quite open and public
> about SHA being insecure and needing to be replaced as
> soon as possible.
Which raises the question in my mind: was SHA really flawed, or was it
advantageous to NSA's purposes to have people use SHA-1 instead?
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