itwbennett writes In the course of trying to find out how many servers and devices are still vulnerable to the Web security flaw known as FREAK, researchers at Royal Holloway of the University of London found something else of interest: Many hosts (either servers or other Internet-connected devices) share the same 512-bit public key. In one egregious example, 28, 394 routers running a SSL VPN module all use the same 512-bit public RSA key. Read more of this story at Slashdot.
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Researchers Find Same RSA Encryption Key Used 28,000 Times