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Re: 50 attacks... [NOISE]
In article <[email protected]>, [email protected] (Dr. Frederick B. Cohen) writes:
> And how secure is the hash? It it possible to create values that will
> hash to each prime (or something else that does the job)? Is the hash
> something we can figure a way to precompute using massively parallel
> processing so that we can then provide a set of codes which will produce
> the desired results? (etc.)
Perhaps you should consider learning something about cryptography before
you cast aspersions on someone else's cryptographic protocols.
To date, MD5 appears to be a secure hash. If you manage to find a way
to reverse it, please let us all know.
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