peter at digitalbrains.com
Thu Feb 25 14:38:10 CET 2016
(If this feels like droning on to you, just stop reading and go do
On 2016-02-25 14:25, Kristian Fiskerstrand wrote:
> Now, the real question discussed here though isn't really collission
> but preimage attack, that is a different story and far more difficult
Thanks for the link! But my approach to it wasn't really from "is it a
problem in practice" but more "should this be the advice we give" and
"what's wrong with just using the fingerprint and be done with it
forever". We always tell users to use the fingerprint if they need to be
sure of authenticity. Or if I'm mistaken about that, I think we should.
My 2 cents,
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