Security team successfully cracks SSL using 200 PS3's and MD5 flaw.

Deepak Jain deepak at
Fri Jan 2 21:13:45 UTC 2009

> If done properly, that's actually an easier task: you build the update
> key into the browser.  When it pulls in an update, it verifies that it
> was signed with the proper key.

If you build it into the browser, how do you revoke it when someone throws 2000 PS3s to crack it, or your hash, or your [pick algorithmic mistake here].


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