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Ongoing MD5 support endangers cryptographic protocols
Researchers showed authentication and impersonation attacks against protocols that still support MD5 in some of their components

The old and insecure MD5 hashing function hasn't been used to sign SSL/TLS server certificates in many years, but continues to be used in other parts of encrypted communications protocols, including TLS, therefore weakening their security.

Researchers from the INRIA institute in France have devised several attacks which prove that the continued support for MD5 in
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[eduonix] Cryptographic Algorithms in Java
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