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Uber suspends self-driving program after car gets rolled in Arizona

Enlarge / Uber is hitting the big red "Stop" button after a crash in Tempe, Ariz., left one of its self-driving Volvos beached on...

Mars’ moons could be remnants of earlier rings, destined to form...

Enlarge / Phobos, shown in this image, had once been thought to have been an asteroid captured by Mars. (credit: NASA APOD) Our...

Git sprints carefully towards SHA-1 deprecation

The sky still isn't falling Following the February controversy over whether or not Google's SHA-1 collision broke Git, its community has taken the first...

Intel races ahead in autonomous cars with $15.3 billion Mobileye buy

Intel has shifted its self-driving car efforts into high gear with a $15.3 billion deal to acquire computer vision and collision-avoidance company MobileEye.With the...

Google’s ‘SHA-1 Countdown Clock’ Could Undermine Enterprise Security

In the wake of a recently documented 'collision' attack, Google researchers should release a patch for the cryptographic Secure Hash Algorithm 1 sooner rather...

Torvalds Downplays SHA-1 Threat to Git

The ramifications of the recent SHA-1 collision attack have extended to Git and the Apache Subversion repository, both of which rely on the outdated...

Don’t panic about SHA-1—fix it

Last week, Google unveiled proof that it had successfully created a collision attack against the SHA-1 hash algorithm, a security weakness long suspected to...

Git fscked by SHA-1 collision? Not so fast, says Linus Torvalds

Attack is hard, discovery is easy, so fix it right rather than right now About that SHA-1 collision: Linus Torvalds has taken to Google+ to...

Watershed SHA1 collision just broke the WebKit repository, others may follow

Enlarge (credit: youngthousands) Thursday's watershed attack on the widely used SHA1 hashing function has claimed its first casualty: it's the version control system...

Google breaks SHA-1 web crypto for good but Torvalds plays down...

Researchers' SHA-1 collision spells the end of the cryptographic hashing algorithm for the web, but Linux kernel creator Linus Torvalds says not to worry...

Researchers Crack the Secure Hash Algorithm-1 Cryptographic Function

Security researchers announced the first practical collision attack against the Secure Hash Algorithm-1 cryptographic function.

Google kills SHA-1 with successful collision attack

It's official: The SHA-1 cryptographic algorithm has been "SHAttered." Google successfully broke SHA-1. Now what?After years of warning that advances in modern computing meant a...