0 Replies Latest reply on Mar 16, 2017 12:23 PM by mick

    SHA-1 proof of collision published

    mick Visitor

      Google reported recently in their security blog a proof of collision for SHA1 hash.  This hash was considered potentially vulnerable to collision attacks since the mid-2000s and SSL certificates have for some years now moved to SHA2.  I see that Netvanta firmwares still use cryptographic hashes MD5 and SHA1 in their IKEv1 VPN implementation.  Is there a plan to update this to SHA2, or SHA3 anytime soon?