Expiration dates of hash functions!?
Just read the so called Algorithmencatalog (maybe Algorithms Catalog in English!?), published by our German Bundesnetzagentur. They seem to know exact expiration dates for hash functions ;)
In this PDF file I found the following table (see original screen-shot):
|Creation of qualified certs*: suitable til end of 2009||Creation of qualified certs**: suitable til end of 2010||suitable til end of 2010||suitable til end of 2015||suitable til end of 2016|
|SHA-1||SHA-1||RIPEMD-160||SHA-224 (SHA-1, RIPEMD-160)***||SHA-256, SHA-384, SHA-512|
So I hope there is anybody out there that has started to crack SHA-1 to get finished this year :P
(maybe it’s the recounter’s turn!?^^)
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In the real world:
expiration year of md5: 1996*
expiration year of md5: 1999**
expiration year of md5: 2009***
expiration year of md5: 2019**
Yeahhh, I remember. The professional checksum-breaker, also known as the R E C O U N T E R. He is the only one, who can handle the sha1 cracking problem in a reasonable time.
good luck Mr. R E C O U N T E R
Noch hat er seine aufgabe nicht gelöst ^^.
wtf, he can’t neglect his tasks!
maybe he is in holidays!?