Currently, most versions of tomato use an RSA 1024 bit key for the HTTPS connection. shibby used to use a 2048 bit one but stopped because of nvram limitations or something similar. Given that Google Chrome and Firefox are dropping support for 1024 bit RSA keys this year, it would probably be a good idea to switch things up in Tomato. A switch can be made to RSA 2048 or to ECDSA 256. The latter has more theoretical security but is not compatible everywhere. In fact, only Windows XP(ie, IE6-8 on XP) does not support ECDSA. All modern browsers do(including Chrome or Firefox on XP). ECDSA is also easier on the router side. Fewer ops are used for signing. Any thoughts?