Posted on 2004-11-21
Last Modified: 2010-04-05
Does anyone have a link to where i can get a standalone SHA1 (or similar such as SHA256, etc) source code unit.

I don't want any that is combined with other units or encryption component - just a plain standalone unit.
Question by:gshep
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    look at the TurboPower code now in open source status on, specifically, their lockbox code.

    carve out what you want and leave the rest
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    By the way... the MD5 hash a bit more robust than SHA

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    thanks - i'll play around with both of your suggestions and go from there

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