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Thread: Hash Checking App. in SUSE 11.2

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    The_Dogman NNTP User

    Default Hash Checking App. in SUSE 11.2

    I know that there must be something to check hashes (MD5 and SHA1 in particular) in SUSE 11.2. Would anyone know what it is called?

    Thanks!

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    gsirola NNTP User

    Default Re: Hash Checking App. in SUSE 11.2

    Did you mean md5sum and sha1sum?

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    Default Re: Hash Checking App. in SUSE 11.2

    Quote Originally Posted by gsirola View Post
    Did you mean md5sum and sha1sum?
    The way I understood it: Yes. But for me the initial question needs a little clarification. Are you looking for an application to identify or to crack a given hash? Or even both?
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    Default Re: Hash Checking App. in SUSE 11.2

    Quote Originally Posted by The_Dogman View Post
    I know that there must be something to check hashes (MD5 and SHA1 in particular) in SUSE 11.2. Would anyone know what it is called?
    Hm... Im making an educated guess here: You want to check or generate the MD5 and SHA1 sum of a file. If so, take a look at these commands:

    Code:
    Check MD5:  $ md5sum  <yourfile>
    Check SHA1: $ sha1sum <yourfile>
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