https://factorable.net/keycheck.html I found this after watching a recent presentation at 29c3 on the security of RSA 1024-bit. One of the claims in that presentation was that the keys generated on small routers is not as good as a general purpose desktop. That and currently, bruteforcing an RSA key is feasible within a year. As such I am curious if anyone is able to test and discover that their host key is compromised. I tested two routers running tomato and the keys were fine according to the website. To test in case the publicly available ssh server test fails(as it did for me), log in to ssh(or tools > system) and type 'nvram show | grep sshd_hostkey' and copy everything after the = sign. On a second note, any way to change the host key to a 2048-bit one?