Ron was wrong, Whit is right

Results of a sanity check of public keys on the web

Our main goal was to test the validity of the assumption that different random choices are made each time keys are generated. We found that the vast majority of public keys work as intended. A more disconcerting finding is that two out of every one thousand RSA moduli that we collected offer no security.

Im Raum Singapore (Lecture), gehalten von Maxime Augier, am Freitag, 06.04.2012 17:00 Uhr, 45 Minuten