Filed In: InfoSec, Security Testing, Application Security
Written By: Adam Caudill
February 24, 2017
Today a long-awaited announcement was made, Google released the first full SHA-1 collision. For those in the cryptography community, it was widely expected that such a break would occur this year; the flaws that allow the attack have been known since 2005 and academic work has been going on since then to produce a full collision.