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Hi guys. I am just wondering how it is possible to create two new colliding md5 executable files? In other words, both files have the same hash values.
Appreciate it. Thanks.
Posted 17-Jun-12 2:09am
Giggsey73 18-Jun-12 7:25am
I have been searching the Net for an online checksum calculator/tools that can check the efficiency of both md5 and sha1 e.g. speed, accuracy, etc but couldn't find any reliable one. Any suggestions? Many thanks.

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By experimentation, or by ensuring that the content of both is the same. Since MD5 hashes are one-way you cannot predict what the result of hashing any content is likely to be.

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