Security Basics
Hashes/encoded for a string input Jul 16 2014 07:27AM
arjun openmailbox org (3 replies)
Re: Hashes/encoded for a string input Jul 16 2014 06:10PM
Ned Fleming (ned kaw us)

On Wed, 16 Jul 2014 12:57:16 +0530, arjun (at) openmailbox (dot) org [email concealed]
wrote:

>Is there any convenient way to compute different hash values / encoded
>strings for a string?

md5deep/hashdeep available at:

http://md5deep.sourceforge.net/

A compiled version that runs on Windows is available as part
of cygwin, but may be available elsewhere as a standalone
binary.

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Ned

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Re: Hashes/encoded for a string input Jul 16 2014 05:20PM
!s3grim (persephane gmx eu)
Re: Hashes/encoded for a string input Jul 16 2014 02:21PM
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