Nov. 14, 2023, 10:17 a.m. | Cal Jeffrey


The exploit leverages minor computational errors naturally occurring during the SSH handshake. Fortunately, it only works for RSA encryption. Unfortunately, RSA algorithms account for about one-third of the sites tested. Out of roughly 3.5 billion signatures examined from public websites scanned over the last seven years, about one billion used...

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