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    SubjectRe: more git updates..
    Bernd wrote:
    > Of course there are colliding files already available and easyly
    > generate-able. So a malicous attack is already possible.

    I don't believe you. Reference?

    > Or at least go with FIPS 180-2.

    FIPS 180-2 specifies four secure hash algorithms - SHA-1, SHA-256,
    SHA-384, and SHA-512. We're using SHA-1.

    I think you meant go with SHA-256, which is new in FIPS 180-2. FIPS
    180-1 only had SHA-1. FIPS 180-2 superseded FIPS 180-1, adding three
    the algorithms SHA-256, SHA-384, and SHA-512.

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