HMAC-MD5 algorithm

Can anyone give a working HMAC-MD5 algorithm implementation code, or tell me were I can find it?
dannyguindiAsked:
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htang_usCommented:
checkout MD5 checksum 1.04 at http://come.to/hahn

hope it helps
Tommy BraasCommented:
Please find the standards documents here:

   HMAC
      http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2104.txt

and

   MD5
      http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1321.txt

The first link is probably your best bet.

The GNU Crypto project has code for a bunch of different algorithms. Find more information here:

   http://www.gnu.org/software/gnu-crypto/

Good luck!

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dannyguindiAuthor Commented:
orangehead,

the reason I ask for a working algorithm is because I have seen this RFC you sent me, but I don't know how to put it together.  I copied the source from the RFC, but I can't make it compile.  What I'm looking for is a working 'compilable' version of HMCA-MD5... if you can help me put it together, it would be very helpful

Thanks!!
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Tommy BraasCommented:
Do you need the code in Java or in another language?
Tommy BraasCommented:
Strike that question (had a late night...)

If you're comfortable reading Java, the code that you can download from GNU would be right up your alley. The GNU libraries mentioned above are written in Java, and should be easy to translate into C++.
dannyguindiAuthor Commented:
Thanks orangehead! The crypto version worked just fine...
Tommy BraasCommented:
My pleasure!

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