Re: problems with SHA-1
> knew about another attack), and they reduced the key size to 56 bit so
> they could crack it with brute force in massively parallell hardware.
Umm, no, part of the *problem* with lucifer is that the 128 bit key
had symmetries that made it's strength *trivially* less than 64 bit
and as I recall less than 56 as well.
But yes, this is *way* off topic. You'd still need an export license
for Lucifer :-)
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