Questions tagged [md5]

a cryptographic hash function with a 128-bit (16-byte) output, now deprecated

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Attacking a update mechanism using MD5 and RSA

I am currently working on a software challenge where you have to unlock several functions of a piece of software. The software is written in Java. One of them is the update mechanism of the firmware. ...
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Transmitted sensitive user data

At the moment, I have set up mitmproxy and can record all HTTP/HTTPS communications between the client and server. For research purposes I am looking to find a way to detect potential leakage of ...
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FedRamp Moderate question about hashing MD5

If I use MD5 but not for cryptography purposes, and not for any authentication or authorization mechanism, Am I in violation of FedRamp Moderate? BR
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For what good security good principles Facebook using auth digest over ssl?

I want to know if there are no real advantages of using "auth digest" over SSL, then why facebook and many other famous e-commerce websites and SM platforms still uses it. https://...
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How long will it take to crack a hashed random string

If I generate 128 bit, 512 bit and 1024 bit random strings using either: A native rand() function (C, PHP, Python, etc) OpenSSL random bytes Hardware generated random number And hash the random ...
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Generating a file and a password with matching MD5 hashes?

I'm trying to generate a file full of data with an MD5 hash that matches the hash of some password string. Because I don't care exactly what the string is, I figure that this is second-preimage, and ...
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Would it take long to brute force a md5 hash like this?

1be8917510-36.51929856278002 10bce1af27-99.18403192423284 103fa11cc6-87.21158325206488 Few examples above and as you can see the pattern is: 1xxxxxxxxx-{a percentage (0-100) to 14 decimal places} x ...