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Replacing weak SSH fingerprint algorithms
Even though MD5 has been broken for years and its vulnerabilities have been used to create real-world rogue X.509 CAs and other horrible things, OpenSSH and PuTTY still use MD5 as the default public ...
Nov 10 '12 at 10:20
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