Thursday February 23rd was a big day in security news: details were published about the Cloudbleed bug, which leaked tons of plaintext requests from across the Internet into plain view. On the same day, the first collision attack against SHA-1 was demonstrated by researchers at Google, foretelling the demise of SHA-1 as a safe hashing function.
What does this mean for the average engineer? What are the implications for regular internet users? Haseeb Qureshi interviews Max Burkhardt, a security researcher at Airbnb, to get to the bottom of what exactly happened, what it means, and how it affects the security of web applications.
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