Collecting some information about the extend and affected products and keys of the Infineon RSA vulnerability (ROCA).
- Official ROCA infos by the bug finders
- Test tool on Github
- Online test
- Information from Infineon
- CERT/CC advisory
Estonian eID cards
Slovakian eID cards
- Government announcement in slovakian language( Google translate to English )
This blog post from 2016 is hillarious and argues that certified closed source is more secure than open source:
Vulnerable GPG keys are likely created by Yubikeys.
Various vendors, including Google, Fujitsu, HP, Lenovo. Probably more. This can affect Bitlocker keys (Windows encryption system).
Github found "447 fingerprinted keys, 237 of them factorizable" according to Ars Technica. Likely also generated by Yubikeys.
Electronic signatures / eIDAS
Several German providers of electronic signatures according to the EU eIDAS system have affected keys in their issuing certificates (Telekom, Sparkassenverlag / S-Trust, Bundesdruckerei / D-Trust, Datev, Deutsche Rentenversicherung).
Not many according to Rob Stradlings tests. No CA certificates.
Information very unclear, no exact information about scale and affected products yet.