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One of the earliest Linux distros and officially consist of only free software. Many distros has been derived from the Debian codebase, like Ubuntu and Knoppix.

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. There are even several websites to download weak DSA keys, or blacklisted key fingerprint hashes. The presentation Predictable PRNG In The Vulnerable Debian OpenSSL Package - The What And The How … (2^15) keys is the most DSA keys I have found. (See https://hdm.io/tools/debian-openssl/debian_ssh_dsa_1024_x86.tar.bz2) Are there other weak DSA keys due to this PRNG problem? If so, are they due …
asked Nov 20 '16 by rickhg12hs
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Would the current set of DSA key blacklists detect a DSA key that was generated with openssl on an affected/vulnerable system, BUT whose DSA parameters (dsaparam) were generated on an unaffected syste …
asked Nov 25 '16 by rickhg12hs