MD5 (Message-Digest algorithm 5) is a 128-bits unidirecional hash algorithm.

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Recursive command-line md5 generator and verifier

I want to write a batch script that has the ability to generate and verify md5 hashes of an entire directory tree. Is there any program like this for windows? I can find many md5 programs, but they ...
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md5sum messing up with filenames with spaces

I'm trying to generate a md5 for each file that has no user.comment extended attribute and then parse that md5 in the file's extended attribute. My script works fine but only for filenames that have ...
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SuiteCloud IDE on Eclipse (Both latest versions) - Hash md5 errors

I have just downloaded the latest version of Eclipse, and I'm trying to install SuiteCloud IDE on it. I have tried both versions, however both are giving me an error when installing. The error is ...
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how to detect file corruption?

Sometimes, my files become corrupted without me noticing - this happens to my photos a lot. This doesn't bother me when I notice it because I have backups. It's growing to be a pain to manually go ...
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EFI partition malware?

I have a 2011 Macbook Pro, running 10.8.2 and was worried that the laptop may have been tampered with while left unattended for a few days while abroad in Asia. I have mounted my EFI partition using: ...
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Verifying file integrity on NTFS under linux

I have an NTFS volume that I share between a linux machine and a windows machine. Recently I have had a couple of strange problems where files have become corrupted. This has affected some media ...
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Very strange harddisc behaviour

Running Windows 7 64bit. Harddisc is installed internally and connected via SATA: Videofile xyz.mp4 can be opened and played without any problems. If I remove the disc and put it in an external ...
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How do I check integrity of a file from DreamSpark?

I have a very unstable connection and it cut off multiple times while downloading Windows 8.1 using Microsoft's SDM, so I'm kind of concerned to how I can check to see if the file is still intact once ...
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Safe to remove Microsoft Root Authority (MD5 Root)?

I was looking at the System Certificate Store, Trusted Roots, for a Windows 7 Pro installation. I noticed there's an old root in System named Microsoft Root Authority. Its dates back to 1997 and it ...
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Checksums for Win7 installation files?

OK many thanks to the guys on Where do I download Windows 7 (legally from Microsoft)? who provided links to d/l the WIn7 .ISO images. Now where can we find a similar listing of the md5 hashes for ...
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Deleting sentences in database file

I'm writing a MD5 based antivirus, and my friend send to me a document with thousands of samples and their MD5. All is fine, but I have to delete all sentences what contain "File does not exists:" ...
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Use of TCP-MD5 option

For a research application we need to use the TCP-MD5 option (RFC 2385). After some research we have finally found that only a few GNU/Linux distributions support the option out of the box. We ...
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Grub password appears to be plain md5 in hex, not md5-crypt in base64

The menu.lst file has a line that looks like "password --md5 c5ae09c39ad1e0d2aa12231eea7bc5c2" The grub-md5-crypt command creates salted, iterated md5 hashes that look more like ...