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Google Online Security Blog - Announcing the first SHA1 collision

Uh oh! Here's an excerpt:Here are some numbers that give a sense of how large scale this computation was:

Nine quintillion (9,223,372,036,854,775,808) SHA1 computations in total6,500 years of CPU computation to complete the attack first phase110 years of GPU computation to complete the second phase Announcing the first SHA1 collision
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