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Re: MD5 in DOS

nobody wrote:
>im looking for a md5 binary that will run on dos.
>can anyone give me a pointer?

There is a program for DOS called MDx which does both MD4 and MD5, and is
pretty fast, too.  It can be found at:




Or at mirrors of the SimTel or Garbo archives.  I cannot claim to be
unbiased, though -- I wrote it (with a little help from Phil Karn's
fast assembly MD5 translate function!)  xsum 1.1 is freeware.

David R. Conrad, [email protected], http://www.grfn.org/~conrad
Finger [email protected] for PGP 2.6 public key; it's also on my home page
Key fingerprint =  33 12 BC 77 48 81 99 A5  D8 9C 43 16 3C 37 0B 50
Jerry Garcia, August 1, 1942 - August 9, 1995.  Requiescat in pace.