[Cryptography] 1023 nails in the coffin of 1024 RSA...
jschauma at netmeister.org
Mon Oct 6 17:57:35 EDT 2014
ianG <iang at iang.org> wrote:
> (some skepticism about whether this there is really a break in OpenSSL,
> but the rumour mill will no doubt throw mud on the 1024 bit part as well...)
> OpenSSL bug allows RSA 1024 key factorization in 20 minutes
The author just admitted
"Ok, so I took some missteps during my research. Excellent talk with
@julianor, he gave me some pointers that put me...(1/2)"
"...in the right direction in my investigation. One thing is certain. It
is definitely NOT an OpenSSL vuln. (2/2)"
"talked with @camicelli :isn't OpenSSL bug, he thought with enough
hardware he can make a list of every 512b prime.Demo's priv key was
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