Security Now 601: The First SHA-1 Collision

This week, Leo and Steve discuss the "CloudBleed" adventure, another project zero 90-day timer expires for Microsoft, this week's IoT head-shaker, a New York airport exposes critical server data for a year, another danger created by inline third party TLS-intercepting "middleboxes", more judicial thrashing over fingerprint warrants, Amazon says no to Echo data warrant, a fun drone-enabled proof on concept is widely misunderstood, another example of A/V attack surface expansion, some additional Crypto education pointers and miscellany... and what does Google's deliberate creation of two SHA-1-colliding files actually mean?
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