A vulnerability in a widespread digital certificate technology has lit a fire under major Internet stakeholders, prompting moves by Microsoft, the Mozilla Foundation and others to prevent attackers from using the hack to endanger secure Web sites.

Researchers yesterday announced they had found a flaw in MD5, or Message-Digest algorithm 5 (define), a cryptographic technique used in a variety of security applications, including secure Web site certificates. … Go to source



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