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I'm looking for 2 different program binaries or 2 different files with the same MD5 hash to prove its weakness and the collisions in the algorithm.

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Quite similar post are discussed here:… – d3t0n4t0r Oct 3 '12 at 23:09
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Check the samples at MD5 Collision Demo.

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  • This page has a pair of PostScript documents that have an MD5 hash collision.

  • This page has a pair of X.509 certificates that have an MD5 hash collision.

  • Wikipedia also has a pair of hexadecimal strings that are very similar and yield an MD5 hash collision (when hashed as raw binary data).

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I'll take a look at them. Thanks so much! – Kay Oct 3 '12 at 23:19

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