Crypto specialists break SHA-1

Researchers at the Dutch research institute CWI and Google have broken the SHA-1 internet security standard, which is widely used for digital signatures and file integrity verification, including secure credit card transactions.

  • Crypto specialists break SHA-1 security standard

    Researchers at the Dutch research institute CWI and Google have broken the SHA-1 internet security standard, which is widely used for digital signatures and file integrity verification, including secure credit card transactions.

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  • Latest Exynos made on 10nm FinFET process

    Samsung Electronics has launched the Exynos 9 Series 8895 applications processor, manufactured on a 10nm FinFET process. The eight core processor integrates four of Samsung’s second generation custom designed CPU cores, as well as four ARM Cortex-A53 cores. ... Read More
  • ‘Most advanced’ comms DSP core launched

    Said to be the most advanced communication DSP yet launched, the CEVA-XC12 is said to been designed to solve critical challenges in modern communications systems. According to CEVA, the core – which has already been licensed to a wireless OEM – delivers up to ... Read More
  • Toshiba goes to 64 layer flash with 3bit/cell

    Toshiba has announced a 64 layer flash memory that uses 3bit/cell technology to offer a capacity of 512Gbit. The part will be suited to applications including enterprise and consumer solid state disks. Sampling has already started and mass production is ... Read More





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