Mac Developer: SHA1 sunset will block millions from encrypted net, Facebook warns | Ars Technica
SHA1 sunset will block millions from encrypted net, Facebook warns | Ars Technica Tens of millions of Internet users will be cut off from encrypted webpages in the coming months unless sites are permitted to continue using SHA1, a cryptographic hashing function that's being retired because it's increasingly vulnerable to real-world forgery attacks, Facebook and Web security company CloudFlare have warned.
That's OK because we want you to spend your annual income on buy a new computer anyway. After all, selling you something is what keeps Wall Street happy.
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