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

Deepak Jain deepak at
Fri Jan 2 23:26:33 UTC 2009

> If you use bad crypto, you lose no matter what.  If you use good
> crypto, 2,000,000,000 PS3s won't do the job.

Even if you use good crypto, and someone steals your key (say, a previously in-access person) you need a way to reliably, completely, revoke it. This has been a problem with SSL since its
[implementation] inception. Lots of math (crypto) is good on paper and fails at the implementation stage.


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