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Combine .hash files into single .hash file

I am trying to rename all the .hash files in one directory to the same name (or merge all of the .hash files into a single .hash file). I am using Kali Linux - what tool would be best to do this? Can ...
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Is it possible to write an app that ignores the zip archive password?

I am not sure how password protected archives work but is it the programs enforcing the protection or is it the way the format works where if it's password protected, there is no way to extract the ...
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What files from the /boot partition, in addition to the MBR, must be hashed in order to detect an “evil maid” attack against LUKS-encrypted Linux?

Are boot.img, initrd, and vmlinuz adequate or should the entire contents be hashed? I am not familiar enough with the Linux boot process to answer this with confidence myself.
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Calculating sha256sum of a dvd

I have a burnt dvd from an iso image. I have also sha256sum of the iso image. to compare hashes, I created an iso image from the dvd and executed sha256sum image.iso, but it differs from the hash of ...
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Is it possible to store Hashed data in a different field than userPassword in LDAP

I've been asked to store hashed data in a LDAP server. Putting hashed passwords is easy but I'm not sure if LDAP allows to store data like email hashed or even encrypted. Creating a LDIF file with a ...
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Is the linux md5 password hashing considered secure?

On my RHEL6 linux is configured to use MD5 password hashing is the linux usage of MD5 for password hashing considered secure?
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Why is an internal table of PATH directories maintained?

I was looking for what rehash command does and found this: The rehash command re-computes the internal hash table of the contents of directories listed in the path environmental variable to ...
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Why does sha1sum act differently with the same input?

I'm trying to replicate the behavior of the sha1sum executable in some java code, however, in the process I've discovered that sha1sum appears to behave differently given the same input in two ...