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* [9front] obsolete cryptographic algorithms
@ 2022-06-04  7:13 sml
  2022-06-04 14:47 ` ori
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From: sml @ 2022-06-04  7:13 UTC (permalink / raw)
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Hello everyone, 

I am currently trying to understand the implementation of factotum and I noticed that /sys/src/libsec contains some obsolete cryptographic algorithms like sha-1, md4, md5, dsa and des. 

In section of the fqa the manual change from p9sk1 to dp9ik is described and since then, as far as I understand, it is also the new standard where des has been replaced by aes. 

In the list I keep reading about different cleanups, which I greatly appreciate and I'm wondering whether the deprecated crypto algorithms and protocols can be cleaned out as well, or if there is a specific reason to hold on to them. I think if you use very weak crypto, you can do without it directly.

Many thanks in advance for your responses!

Best regards, 

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