The DUHK Vulnerability

October 27, 2017

There have been some news items floating around the Internet discussing a weakness in the ANSI X9.31 random number generator (RNG) known as DUHK (for Don't Use Hard-coded Keys) that had affected older FortiGate devices. An update was issued more than a year ago when the flaw was first announced to Fortinet.

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