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From July, Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 users will need SHA-2 support to get updates

mardi 19 février 2019, 12:45 , par BetaNews
Microsoft has announced that from the middle of July, Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 users who want to continue to receive updates will need SHA-2 code signing support. The change is being introduced because 'the security of the SHA-1 hash algorithm has become less secure over time due to weaknesses found in the algorithm, increased processor performance, and the advent of cloud computing'. See also: Microsoft reveals pricing for Windows 7 Extended Security Updates Windows 10 consolidates its lead over Windows 7 Microsoft ends Windows 7 support one year from today The news was shared by Mary Jo Foley… [Continue Reading]
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