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At death’s door for years, widely used SHA1 function is now dead

(Source: arstechnica.com)

For more than six years, the SHA1 cryptographic hash function underpinning Internet security has been at death’s door. Now it’s officially dead, thanks to the submission of the first known instance of a fatal exploit known as a “collision.” 901 more words

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Collision

Il le repère tout de suite. Une attitude inhabituelle, démarche stressée, visage nerveux. Dans son métier, tout se fait à l’instinct. Vu le flux de personnes qui entrent et sortent en permanence, il n’a pas le temps de réfléchir. 2,247 more words

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Ibrahimovic Bodies People

The English Premier League is often considered one of the most physical around the world. The season is long and relentless and the style of play is aggressive. 195 more words

English Premier League

Blog Post #3 - The Pros and Cons of Drones

Drones are an exciting new technology that has in recent years become readily available to the general public. People love them, because they are fun to fly, and you can get super-awesome aerial shots like… 170 more words

Drive Safe, Arrive Safe

In general, driving today is considered to be much safer than in the past. Today, we are driving safer vehicles on safer roads. While this has resulted in the lowest number of collisions in the US ever recorded in 2008 , the numbers unfortunately are still disturbing and preventable. 314 more words

Series of crashes, drug and alcohol overdoses keep paramedics busy overnight

It was a busy night for paramedics Friday, as they responded to a series of collisions and drug and alcohol overdoses across the city, resulting in several people being taken to hospital. 168 more words

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Calgary crashes have gone down for the past 3 years: police

According to Staff Sgt. Paul Stacey, crashes in Calgary have been steadily declining over the past three years.

Stacey told Global Calgary there were a total of 35,000 collisions in the city in 2016, which is down from 40,000 in 2013. 186 more words

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