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Date Submitted Sat. Mar. 8th, 2008 3:54 PM
Revision 1
Helper chorny
Tags MD5 | Perl
Comments 0 comments
Digest::MD5 is core from 5.8.
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Date Submitted Mon. Oct. 9th, 2006 7:29 AM
Revision 1
Helper BrandonReese
Tags MD5 | Password | PHP | Random
Comments 5 comments
This is a quick and easy method to generate a somewhat random password. This simply generates the MD5 hash for the integer returned by the time() function and then truncates it to the specific length.
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Date Submitted Sat. Sep. 23rd, 2006 5:06 AM
Revision 1
Scripter Pio
Tags MD5 | Security | VB.NET
Comments 1 comments
This could be used for any type of simple hash checking. It could also be used to store a "password" that had to be verified. This code is completely managed.
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Date Submitted Wed. Mar. 29th, 2006 10:55 AM
Revision 1
Helper digitaljunkie
Tags File | MD5 | Perl
Comments 0 comments
Is this file the same as that file? The files may or may not be binary. We could compare the modify dates, or the sizes. But, those are not very accurate to know if a file has really changed.

Introducing MD5 Checksum. We can feed the files into Digest::MD5 in binary mode.

This is a great way to do Incremental Backups.

This is also an easy way to verify checksums when downloading files from the internet which list their MD5 Checksums.

You'll need the Digest::MD5 Perl Module.