Norway-based Vivaldi Technologies has released a beta version of its browser for the Android platform, with the app aimed at power users, same as its desktop version. A tablet version is in the works.
More attacks on SHA-1 can be expected after a security researcher took apart the PDFs which were released last week to illustrate the means of breaking the algorithm detailed by a Dutch team and Google.
The SHA-1 collision attack unveiled on Thursday has claimed its first victim, with the version control system used by the WebKit browser engine becoming corrupted after the two proof-of-concept PDF files that were released by the researchers were uploaded to the repository.
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