Re: [Full-disclosure] Chinese Professor Cracks Fifth Data Security Algorithm (SHA-1)

On Wed, 21 Mar 2007 12:24:35 EDT, Tim said:

As for US courts... which case are you referring to (as I'd be
interested to read the results)? The only one I know of involving MD5
was an Australian case[2].

In the US, the "must be this tall to be considered crypto" standard is ROT-13,
as this dude named Slylarov found out.

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