I am attempting to research ways to tell the difference between two executables of the same program. One program is compiled at 10 am ET on Windows XP machine and another is compiled at 11am ET on Windows XP machine. (The source code is the same between the two files.) I do have to prove that the resulting executable from the C++ code does generate the same executable without any difference. In my research, I have found some people stating that Windows writes some timestamps when it compiles and assembles the C++ code. Is this true? What type of tool could I use to prove that two executables of the same source code are the same if they are compiled one hour later, or any given amount of time apart from one another in a Windows XP environment.
Any help that you could provide would be greatly appreciated.
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