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Using MD5 for malware ids: collision attack risks?
It has been known since 2004 that the MD5 hash is vulnerable to collision attacks (update - not "preimage" attacks - my mistake....). Yet it still seems that people are using it to identify malware. ...
May 30 '12 at 13:48
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