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Re: [vox] Fwd: [vox-tech] Fwd: Re: [suse-security] SHA-1 broken - impact on SuSE linux versions



Karsten M. Self said:
> on Wed, Feb 16, 2005 at 09:10:52PM -0800, Rod Roark
> (rod@sunsetsystems.com) wrote:
>> On Wednesday 16 February 2005 08:53 pm, wild bill wrote:
>> > It is a very, very difficult attack requiring 2**69
>> >  operations. The claim of "broken" is because a brute-force
>> >  attack on SHA-1 requires 2**80 operations.
>>
>> Heh-heh.  What does the true geek say upon finding a way to
>> increase his chances of getting laid by a factor of 2048?
>>
>> "That's not good enough."
>
> Weeellllll....
>
> ...If your initial odds exceeded the heat death of the Universe, I'd say
> that's a fair gripe.
>
> Not speaking personally....

Why is sex with Computer Scientists so bad?
1) Computer Scientists do it with bugs
2) The find ways to do it faster and say they have improved performance.

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