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MD5

MD5

(Message Digest 5) A popular cryptographic hash function developed by Ronald Rivest (the "R" in RSA) which is used to create a message digest for digital signatures. MD5 is similar to the previous MD4 method as both were designed for 32-bit computers, but MD5 adds more security since MD4 has been broken. The earlier MD2 function was designed for 8-bit computers. See cryptographic hash function.
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For instance, we run MD5 hash routine in a loop for 3 seconds with a 16-byte input in OSCO platform.
The traditional browser session one is supposed to use to access AMT sends a computed MD5 hash to the remote system, which then checks that hash against the expected value.
The data backed up is then hashed by the hash generation module to generate the md5 hash. The hash so obtained is stored on the external storage in a relational table.
• Regression: Loading document raises MD5 hash is not correct exception
In contrast, however, just for the math behind an MD5 hash code, the probability of having an identical hash code is 1 in 340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431,768,211,456.
He recognized the string as the result of a cryptographic function known as an MD5 hash, which had been applied to every e-mail address that commenters used to register their accounts.
- Easy-to-Search ideal for any infrastructure, searchable by IP address, domain and MD5 Hash. Available as a Web-based portal and/or RESTful API for integration into a SIEM (coming Q3 2014).
As can be seen from Table 2, the best time characteristics were obtained by using the MD5 hash function, 65% faster than SHA-2.
Using the one-way MD5 hash function the system compares the entered email address with that in the database.
A guessed permission password is used as input of MD5 hash function [30] to make an encryption key of RC4.